Red Lobster has the best biscuits, here’s an easy way to make them.
I think Bisquick is nothing more than all purpose flour with the shortening already incorporated in. If you use self rising flour you have to cut the shortening in by hand using a pastry cutter. Self rising flour has the leavening agent baking powder already in there and salt as well. You might have to add some salt according to your taste. Bisquick is so easy, it is just add milk and stir.
sorry to just get back to you, it has to be in the oven
Thank you so much
I love the snow
I’ve never used powdered milk before but I want to try it one day with something
Bisquick is made using lard bakin baking powder and powdered milk so you can make your own Bisquick. Powdered milk can be
used with coco powder to make pre-made hot chocolate powdered milk is also used as a binder when making sausage use ground pork butt with spices and P- milk as the binder which holds it all together, once you have it around you will find new uses for it. Tip: then try powdered buttermilk, you can have it hand to to make biscuits, pancakes, waffles, and fried chicken.
wow that’s it?
YEP, LOL shocking right? not much needed to make it..sooo good
OMG!! I’m so glad I found your channel and this recipe but could you please list your ingredients and measurements to follow with the video. It will help. Thanks.
Excellent recipe! Turned out great! Thank you. (So pretty, the snow scenery too.)
I love the winter part of your video… sooooo pretty……
One word awsome
You don’t use milk, you use water but I guess it’s whatever you prefer
I’m glad you pointed out the lard in the Bisquick. I’m Muslim and we don’t eat pork or anything containing pork or pork bi-products. Thanks.
Can I leave out the parsley?
you should be able to
Yes you can and add what ever you like… enjoy
I agree 100%
I agree 100% use what you likeo what you have available the best cooks / chefs learn to adapt.
Just tried it, but with mozzarella, amazing Thanks!
does it have to be bisquick ? i have some hungry jack . is that cool to use ??
Thanks, they look great!!
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