Monday, November 21, 2016

Recipe: Angel Biscuits

I was asked for my 'Angel Biscuit' recipe by a friend on Facebook today and after I shared the recipe with her I thought some of you might like it as well ...

(Psst!  The college kids we served these to tonight kept saying how good they were!)

Angel Biscuits

5 cups self-rising flour
1/4 sugar

3/4 cup shortening
1 pkg dry yeast or 2 1/4 teaspoons of yeast
2 T warm water (110 degrees)
2 cups buttermilk (I have used regular milk if I didn't have buttermilk)

Sift dry ingredients and cut in shortening.

Dissolve yeast in warm water and add with buttermilk to dry mixture.

Mix well forming a dough ball (I use my hands)

(This dough keeps well in the refrigerator until ready to use.)

Roll and cut as desired.

Bake at 400 degrees for 15 minutes.

patsi
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2 comments:

  1. Patsy, I had to look up what shortening is!! Then I realized that what you call biscuits we would likely call scones. It looks like an interesting recipe. I'd like to see the finished product - baked - if there are any left! For some funny reason, I made a quick count - fifty, I think! Didn't you eat one first this time?!
    Rachel. Thanksgiving sounds wonderful - a bit of a take from the old Feast of Tabernacles/Booths/Sukkot.

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    1. Rachel, LOL ... no I didn't eat one first this time! I didn't think to take an after picture, I was so busy. The end product was a light and airy browned biscuit that had doubled in size after it was cooked ... just right to make a ham sandwich with! I've had scones here in the U.S. and these biscuits are not like the scones we get or make here. For shortening in this recipe I used the Crisco brand. Have a great rest of the week, Rachel!

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