For many years, generations of my family have made Apple scones for special occasions. I'm trying to find the origins of this 'dish'.
It's made as a flatbread with mashed potato in the dough. They are rolled into circles then sliced apple is placed on one side. They are folded in half, pan fried for a bit then placed in the oven. Whilst in the oven, they are basted with copious quantities of butter & sugar for hours. Eventually the butter/sugar mix forms a sauce (my father calls it 'gravy') and this is served over each scone. Typically, in our family, they were made by the men and to