Fried Scones (Puftaloons)

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  1. Michelle says:

    Hi, Thank you so much for the Fried Scone or as we used to call them Puffdaloons recipe. Miserable day here in central Q’ld massive weather change overnight – back to winter and I just thought of making Puffdaloons but could not remember how my mother used to make them. Cheers, Michelle

  2. Peter says:

    I remember cold wet lunch times in Tasmania during the war. Meat rationing was on and there were six of us kids with adult appetites. Mum would make a great pile of puftaloons and we would demolish them with jam.Must introduce them to my grandchildren.
    As an aside a local pioneer was Mr. Loone and he was always referred to as Puffer.

  3. smiley2emc says:

    i remember my Nana making pufftaloons when i was a kid but i always thought she put cooked cold meat in them before cooking (maybe it was her own version of this recipe lol)

  4. kerrie says:

    Nan used to make them by the dozens. Used to eat them with her famous spaghetti, then poured golden syrup into them for dessert..ahh, the good old days..

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