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In the Kitchen
ROFL, it took a while for the picture to come up and I was NOT expecting scones!!!!! Biscuits, to me, are your cookies but I am so wired to the day I've had that I didn't even think about it.I have finally had success with scones when I don't rub in the butter, as traditional recipes require. I melt it and mix it with the milk and go from there as usual.
They look melt in your mouth yummy.Susan
yummmmmmmmmm what a way to start my day...they look so good :)
mmmmmm....they sure look good to me..and neat that Ashley seems to be fitting in so well....and has the homemaking skills that Mac will reap the benefit of....I am in awe...deby
Thanks for introducing me to that site. Love it!
I am not a good biscuit maker! I checked out the sight you linked to, and I think I do everything wrong except I don't add sugar to biscuits!I don't use White Lily flour, I don't use real buttermilk, I don'use lard...I may have to get the ingredients and give it a go....Lucky Mac -
Best and easiest recipe ever for high, flaky biscuits?2c self-rising flour (no, it doesn't matter what brand!)1c whole milk1/2 stick butter, melted.Mix all ingredients together with a fork. Dump the dough out onto a floured counter, pat it out to about 1/4-1/2 inch thickness, and cut. Put on a foil lined cookie sheet, and bake for 10min at 500degrees F. They don't seem to work as well in gas ovens, though. Just a heads up on that, btw...This makes about 7-8 biscuits (depends on how thick/big you make your rounds). I always double it, for breakfast eating.A great biscuit is a gift from God--especially first thing in the morning, slathered with fresh butter, and sweet homemade jam (strawberry? Blackberry? Peach-strawberry? We've got 'em all).And a good, reliable biscuit recipe is a thing to be treasured. And handed down. And around, lol. Glad Mac seems to have found a young woman who appreciates a good biscuit recipe!
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