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Soft scones (white and many flavours) Easy recipe, dough in 5 minutes – Gordon Ramsay’s version


The Scones I’m a delicious salty leavenedthe mini version of the classic Focaccia. Based on the proven dough in 5 minutes made of flour, water, yeast and salt, divided into little pieces to whom it is given round shape and is seasoned with oil and rosemary; a few minutes in the oven and some come out Soft scones And soft from the crispy edge irresistible! Perfect instead of bread from fill with cured meats And cheeses or to serve together with Pizzette for Buffet, parties, aperitif And snack !


As you may have guessed, it is one preparation super fast and so simple that even children can do! There base is made by hand with 1 tbsp and a bowl. Time to train scones from about 6 – 7 cm each And that’s it! Once ready you can choose whether to make white scones with oil, or season in many flavors different, example: cherry tomatoesolives and oregano like Focaccia Barese, or with slices of zuchinis, vegetables soft cheese! to you the choice according to the season and to that that you have in the fridge! In any case they will be a resounding success and they will literally sell out!

Focaccine recipe


Preparation Cooking Total
5 minutes + 3 hours of leavening 20 minutes 25 minutes


Quantity for approximately 15 pieces

For the base:

  • 300 g of Manitoba flour + a little for the folds
  • 200 g of ’00 flour (which you can replace with white or all-Manitoba spelled)
  • 365 g of water at room temperature
  • 1 teaspoon of dry brewer’s yeast – 8 g of fresh brewer’s yeast (or 100 g of mother yeast doubling the leavening times)
  • 1/2 teaspoon sugar
  • 11 g of salt

To season:

  • extra virgin olive oil
  • coarse or flaked salt
  • fresh rosemary
  • 10 – 12 cherry tomatoes
  • 10 black olives
  • Origan


How to make soft scones

First of all, place the flours, yeast, salt and sugar in a bowl. (if you are using fresh yeast, dissolve it in 2 tablespoons of water)

Then mix together and add water.

Finally stir with a spoon, the dough will be very sticky, this is how it should be:

how to make scone dough

Finally, cover with cling film and leave to rise in a recently turned off oven at a temperature of around 28° until it has tripled in volume. (3 – 4 hours)

leavened focaccia dough

Then dust the work surface with manitoba flour, turn out the scone dough and dust it with flour. and dust your hands too, make 2 wallet folds, add more flour if necessary:

folds of scone dough

Finally divide into 60g loaves (about 15 pieces) and roll them on a work surface with the help of a pinch of flour.

Then transfer 6 loaves to each baking tray greased with a drizzle of oil and pat the surface to give the shape of scones.

Finally season with a drizzle of oil, rosemary and grains of coarse salt:

how to make soft scones

Then make other focaccias using the same method, place them on a baking tray greased with oil and season with cherry tomatoes cut in half and set in the dough, pitted olives cut in half, also set in the dough, oregano, oil and salt

Finally, let your focaccias rise in the pan for about 40 – 50 minutes, until they are nice and puffy.

Then add a drop of oil to each one.

If you want you can too cook in a pan according to the pan-fried pizza method

Otherwise, follow the traditional method by cooking in a very hot static oven at 180° in the medium-high part of the oven for about 20 minutes until golden brown!

Here are yours ready Scones deliciousness and extreme softness!

soft scones

They keep perfectly for about 3 days at room temperature sealed in plastic food bags

Gluten Free Heart Brioche, Cream and Chocolate – Easy Dough Without Butter and Oil – Gordon Ramsay’s version

Gluten Free Heart Brioche, Cream and Chocolate - Easy Dough Without Butter and Oil

Gluten-free brioches are easy and versatile with this recipe without butter And oil with cream in the dough! I gave my croissants a shape a heart, I filled them with custard and chocolate, excellent for a breakfast, snack or delicious dessert.

With this dose you will get 24 small brioches (my heart mold measures 7 cm in the widest part!)

# Family💚 I am extremely happy to share this beautiful, versatile and delicious recipe that you can give a thousand shapes and fill as you like!

You know I'm crazy about custard, I couldn't help but put it in these sweet hearts! For the sweet tooth, any type of spreadable cream (hazelnut, pistachio, almond) or jam is also fine.

See also => ​​Gluten Free Custard and Chocolate Cream – One Foolproof Recipe for Two Tastes

The important thing is to know that this brioche cuts wonderfully!

To have an impeccable leavened cake, you must always start from a super homogeneous dough, I show you that you can also get it by working by hand, but if you want to help you with a planetary mixer, you can definitely do it!

Use the leaf hook and make the recipe as described below.

These brioches, by appropriately modifying the ingredients, you can absolutely make them lactose-free.

Brioche With Gluten Free Ice Cream, Without Leavening with Ricotta in the Dough – Gordon Ramsay’s version

Brioche With Gluten Free Ice Cream, Without Leavening with Ricotta in the Dough

Quick brioches with yeast-free and gluten-free ice cream, you prepare them in a short time, they are soft and fragrant and can accommodate your favorite filling inside the ice cream or spreadable cream!

With these doses you will get approx 8 brioches.

Family💚 is not the original brioche with tuppo, but it is an excellent alternative to quickly have a fresh and super-greedy dessert!

Even if the dough is not the original one, aesthetically it can be nice to reproduce its appearance! Just divide the dough by weighing the balls, the 90 gr base, the 15 gr “tuppo”.

The dough is very soft but with a very light dusting of the mix, you can get smooth balls with your hands, form a small dimple on the top with your thumb and place the smaller round ball on it.

There brushed with milk it will ensure you a beautiful golden color as well as seal the brioche!

As soon as they are taken out of the oven, cover the brioches with one tea towel cleaned up so that their own moisture keeps them soft.

Once cold, you can cut them, fill them with ice cream and consume them immediately, or keep them empty in a bag for food tightly closed and refill at the moment of consumption.

If the brioche hardens a bit (it depends on what flour you use and also on how it is cooked) you can lightly pass it in the microwave, but without letting it overheat and then cut it and fill it with ice cream or spreads.

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