This is one of many versions of biscuits. My mom & sister had/have the better skill but I try. Isn't it weird how the same recipe turns out differently, when made by a different person? Another simple & delicious recipe for new bakers & kids to try out! Get them in the kitchen young! Watch me make it here.
Then cut in shortening, until mixture resembles course oatmeal. You can use your fingers, 2 forks or a pastry cutter.
Beat in eggs and milk.
Then add to dry ingredients, lightly mixing until mixture holds together. Do not knead or over mix.
I add most but not all of the liquid to the flour mixture, to start. Sometimes I use it all, other times I do not.
Roll out on a lightly floured surface.
About an inch thick.
Bake at 425°F/218°C until golden brown. About 9-11 minutes.
Do not over bake. A dry biscuit is a bad biscuit.
The linked video shows the 1/2 recipe.
This is one of many versions of a biscuit. Some use eggs, others to not. Some use buttermilk, others do not. Some use water & vinegar, others do not. You get. Use the recipe that you love, or the ingredients that you have on hand.
Looking for various styles of prints or home decor? Please check out my Redbubble portfolio, under NadiaArtist. If you're looking for more you can contact me @ email@example.com to discuss further. Please pass the link along to those who may be interested! Thank you!
I had a decent nights sleep. The sun is out. The air is crisp. I have breakfast waiting for me. Life is far from perfect but it is great! Mondays continue to be an opportunity for growth & change for the good. So I'm off to check the boxes on my to-do list. Have a great Monday & week!
*If you're looking for prints of my photographs or home decor, please check out my redbubble.com portfolio, under NadiaArtist. Any other photography requests, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.