Black Rice Spelt Scones with Arugula and Feta


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Made with freshly milled black rice flour and spelt, these savoury scones with Feta, sour cream and arugula are rich, crumbly, full of flavours and great either for a morning tea or the perfect accompaniment to a bowl of soup for a comforting meal.

  1. In a large mixing bowl, whisk together the spelt flour, black rice flour, baking powder, baking soda and coconut sugar. Add in cold butter. Using fingertips, rub butter into flour mixture until mixture resembles fine breadcrumbs. Place it in the freezer for 30 minutes. This helps chill the butter, which will make the scones flakier.
  2. Take it out and crumble in Feta and add in chopped arugula. Stir in sour cream to get a soft dough.
  3. Turn on to a lightly floured work surface and knead very lightly. Pat out to a 2cm thick round. Cut into 8 wedges. Brush the top with sour cream and sprinkle some cracked black pepper over. Place it back to the freezer for 30 minutes. This again will help chill the fat, so that the scones would be flakier.
  4. Preheat the oven to 220C/425F. Bake the scones in the upper part of your oven for 18 to 23 minutes, or until they're a light golden brown.
  5. Remove the scones from the oven, and cool briefly on the pan. Serve warm.

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38 comments:

Chitz 7/11/19 06:06

They look so healthy and yum.. Would be filling for a yummy breakfast I suppose :)

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Iwona 7/11/19 07:34

Look so delicious :)

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Nancy Chan 7/11/19 08:18

I am curious and would like to taste one.

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Kelly | Foodtasia 7/11/19 09:41

Angie, these scones are so incredible! Love the black rice and spelt flours. And the feta and arugula must give such wonderful flavor!

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Alida@mylittleitaliankitchen 7/11/19 11:24

What a healthy meal, I love it Angie. I am a big fan of spelt, this is the flour I buy these days to make everything. These must be very nutritious indeed.

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Liz That Skinny Chick Can Bake 7/11/19 13:07

What a lovely, savory scone! Sounds like lunch to me :)

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Secret Garden 7/11/19 13:59

Made these this morning, and followed instructions exactly. They were out of this world. Outstanding! I can’t wait to make these for friends.

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Ashley@CookNourishBliss 7/11/19 14:48

You know, I don't know that I've ever made savory scones. These sound delicious!

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Kitchen Riffs 7/11/19 16:04

What a terrific idea! You're such a creative baker!. Savory scones are a wonderful idea. Neat stuff -- thanks.

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Pam 7/11/19 17:18

Yum! I haven't had a savory scone for a long time. They look terrific.

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Jean | DelightfulRepast.com 7/11/19 17:33

Angie, these are superb! I have never thought of putting chopped arugula in a baked good!

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SavoringTime in the Kitchen 8/11/19 00:05

They look wonderful, Angie! I love all of those ingredients!

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savorthebest 8/11/19 03:41

Oh this sounds fabulous Angie. I love the flavor of spelt and black rice. I haven't tried black rice flour but I do bake with spelt quite frequently. I will have to try this

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Carolyna's world 8/11/19 11:04

wow it looks so delicious - I grab the recipe to my recipes

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Evi Erlinda 8/11/19 12:55

Wonderful! I just knew about rice scone, and the color is beautiful. Very appetizing!

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Tisa Jacob 8/11/19 16:12
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Tisa Jacob 8/11/19 16:13

Savoury scones- so neat! You are a whole foods rockstar, Angie!

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Agnes Agnieszka 8/11/19 18:57

It looks tasty and beautiful pictures.

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natalia20041989 8/11/19 20:26

Wow, you always have the best ideas ever! They look incredible, yum and healthy ☺

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GiGi Eats 9/11/19 00:22

Genius overload right here!! They look so luscious and moist, Angie!

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Suja Manoj 9/11/19 05:01

Savory scones is a great idea,looks super delicious and healthy

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2pots2cook 9/11/19 10:37

Oh yes ! Pined to Healthy Board, dear !

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Ely 9/11/19 20:04

My sweet sweet friend!! Another work of art in your kitchen. These scones are something amazing.. please, wait for me for the dinner ^__^ Love you my friend!

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Balvinder 9/11/19 22:22

These look really wonderful!

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Valentina 10/11/19 01:58

These are so intriguing and once again you've introduced me to a new flour to try. Do you grind your own black rice to make it, or buy the flour? I can't seem to click on the link in your ingredient list. Can't wait to try. :-) ~Valentina

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HAPPY RETIREES KITCHEN 10/11/19 02:11

What a fascinating list of ingredients, and would be amazing with a good soup. I have never used aragula. Must check it out for something different. Thanks for sharing this healthy and innovative recipe. Cheers, Pauline

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yonosoymillenium 10/11/19 11:20

que receta mas curiosa, me ha llamado mucho la atención

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Angie's Recipes 10/11/19 13:08

@Valentina I ground my own since I have a stone miller at home. I am sure that you can order the flour from amazon. The ingredient list only shows the picture of black rice flour I used for the recipe.

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mary anderson 10/11/19 15:49

I have been wanting to make this for couple of weeks before but I have not found the right recipe. After trying this my whole family fell in love. I’m so glad i made it and i can really rely on site’s recipes thanks 🙂

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Evelyne CulturEatz 10/11/19 21:19

These scones sound so amazing! So cool putting arugula right on the dough. Thank you for all the comments while away and MIA. Hopefully I'll be a bit more regular now.

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Catherine 11/11/19 03:07

Dear Angie, These scones sound absolutely delicious!! xoxo Catherine

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Reeni 12/11/19 02:15

These look wonderful with the feta and sour cream Angie! Great flavors - I wish I had one!

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foodtravelandwine 12/11/19 16:38

Fascinating!....the texture and the flavor combination is awesome!......Abrazotes, Marcela

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Gloria Baker 12/11/19 21:56

Love scones and these look different and wonderful Angie!!

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tigerfish 13/11/19 03:20

Savory scones! without fresh cream and jam accompaniment is a nice change :)

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mjskit 14/11/19 04:18

Arugula incorporated INTO the scone? Now that is a clever idea! Bet it gives these a earthy peppery flavor and then complemented with the salty feta. I've seen a lot scone recipes lately and these are the most unique an inspiring ones I've seen. Great job Angie!

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