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Thread: southern homemade biscuits

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    southern homemade biscuits

    ok so loaf bread is pricy, been a loong time since I have made biscuits. So I am asking you ladies for a good lod fashioned southern biscuit recipe.

    The ones I recall are ones made with lard(now oil I guess) and buttermilk. any help will be appreciated.

    and thanks before hand...
    Last edited by Psychomomquilter; 12-06-2012 at 05:23 AM. Reason: mis spelled word
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    Just another idea..I make a bread dough recipe,then make individual sandwich buns. They're loer calories than bis quits and save $.

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    1pound bag of self-rising flour
    1quart buttermilk

    Mix

    Roll them out on a floured surfaces.

    Bake 375* until golden

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    In my opinion, this is the only way to go.

    http://www.whitelily.com/Recipes/Det...?recipeID=3790

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    I agree with Lisa, White Lily is the only way to go. Best flour and a good recipe right on the bag. I think CoyoteMagic left out the shortening. Can't make biscuits without oil or shortening of some kind. I have even made them with butter and they were very good.

    sassygranny.

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    biscuits

    Coyote Magic; This is the one I use, sometimes adding a little oil or shortening.

    delma
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    I have made them for years with just buttermilk and self rising flour; works out fine every time!

    delma

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    Will have to look for White Lily Flour.

    Linda

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    i use bisquick easy and fast. and yummy
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    Ooops yup! Forgot the shortening.

    My Ma says you can subsitute Heavy Cream instead of the buttermilk and shortening, but I haven't tried it that way. I know her's are always good.

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