Tomato Choka and Cheese Scones

Tried & Tested is a new event series started by Zlamushka of Zlamushka’s Spicy Kitchen, where each month a blog is highlighted and we get to try recipes from that blog. This month Cynthia’s blog Tastes Like Home is in the limelight. Cynthia has some wonderful recipes, and with every single post she seems to have something new to offer to her readers.

I had bookmarked several of Cynthia’s dishes before and this was a perfect chance to finally try those recipes. I decided to make the Tomato Choka first, the simplest recipe I’ve tried yet packed with all the flavour.

I also tried these warm delicious Cheese Scones. I sprinkled a pinch of crushed pepper on a few. These were perfect for the evening with a cup of tea.

The scones were very easy to make and were done in no time.

If you would like the recipe too, please email Cynthia over at her blog.

19 comments:

  1. Both of them looks delicious.

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  2. So simple, and looks wonderful too. LOVE Scones!:))
    Make something Yellow for Bee's click, did you see her post on Bri?
    Enjoy your weekend, going to be very HOT!:)

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  3. Love ur scones looks beautiful Nam:)

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  4. I love both of these, Namratha. The scone hearts are too cute!! Please check my blog for a surprise, dear! :)

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  5. Missed lot of ur posts Namratha.Scones are looking cute.Where is ur opera cake..Waiting to see urs

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  6. y'day I was reading about choka, looks yummy. I should try it soon.
    Scones looks good too Nams.
    Nice event, never knew it.

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  7. Hey just now saw mango scones in Kalai's blog and cheese scones in urs...gr8 recipe,looks yum.

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  8. The chokha and scones look lovely ..Nice pick!!

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  9. looks so delicious,..specially the scones,..

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  10. i love cynthia's site...all her recipes look good..those cheese scones look to die for..good job nammu :)

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  11. Yummy!!! What a great blog for the first T&T... You picked some great foods to cook, everything looks awesome!

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  12. Those cheese scones look adorable... That sure must've made a lovely teatime snack...

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  13. Everything looks so wonderful! Really yummy.

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  14. Thsoe cheese scones look delicious !!

    Rosie x

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  16. Hi Namratha,
    Thanks a lot for participating. I am sorry, but only found your entry yesterday after clearing my junk mailbox. No idea why it ended up there, but no worries, your entries are proudly updated in the round-up :-)

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  17. I like your chunky version, looks much more filling and the cheese scones, the flecks of cheese make them so very yummy!

    Thank you for participating!

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  18. Thanks to all of you for your kind comments and for stopping by :)

    Cynthis, thanks to you for sharing your recipes, it was a pleasure trying them :)

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