Bisquick biscuits rolled by hand

Gin Lee

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Bisquick biscuits rolled by hand

These biscuits are not drop biscuits nor is the dough rolled out on the countertop. Instead, they're rolled by buttered hands and with lots of love. Awe!

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Ingredients:

  • 2 cups of Bisquick
  • ½ cup of milk
  • 4-6 tablespoons of softened butter

Instructions:

Preheat the oven to 450 F degrees. Grease a cooking tray, and set it aside.

In a medium-sized bowl, combine the Bisquick mix and four tablespoons of softened butter with a fork.

Now, add the milk and combine, but don't overwork the Bisquick dough. If you do, it will make the outcome of the biscuits texture tough.

Now grease your hands with butter. Take a heaping spoonful of the dough and roll it around in the palm of your hands. Place the rolled biscuit on the prepared tray. Repeat until all the dough is used. (Sorry, I didn't take anymore photos while making the biscuits because my hands were covered in butter.)

Bake the biscuits for about eight minutes or until the bottoms and tops of the biscuits are golden brown.

Slice each biscuit in half and add a slice of butter in the middle of each one. Serve with gravy or whatever else you prefer.

Notes:

I normally make four jumbo-sized biscuits from this recipe.

If you don't have milk on hand, this biscuit recipe will also make yummy biscuits by using water instead. I make them both ways. I have also used powdered milk as a substitute and the biscuits turn out delicious every time.

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