It was the Fall of 1987 when Pete Nyhus walked into our office, just to visit. We started talking about breakfast, and he reached into a wastepaper basket and pulled out a scrap of teletype paper. He wrote out this recipe, and my family has never used pre-mix since.
I do not remember where I got this recipe, but my husband says it tastes just as good as what he had at Denny's. I am just amazed at all of the great reviews on this recipe!! My family loves it, so I thought I would share it here and I'm so glad I did because it seems you all love it just as much!!! Thanks to all of you who have tried it!
These biscuits (cookies in America) are called Anzacs because they were baked by Australian women and sent to their ANZAC soldier sons/husbands serving in Europe and Middle east during WW I. It was more like 2 months before they were received back then, so they certainly do travel well! :-) ** Please note that 1 Australian Tablespoon = 20 mls whereas in most others countries it = 15 mls. Anzac Biscuits
I have been looking for a good biscuit recipe for a long time, and I came across this recipe. It is a copy cat recipe for Church's biscuits from cdkitchen.com I tried it out, and it was wonderful! My husband loved them too! You should try it for yourself.
This is my families recipe, with a small change in the method which I learned from a book. It's the only cornbread I will eat. Please use a 10 inch cast iron skillet -- it makes a big difference in how this bread turns out.
A simple and tasty breakfast/brunch treat.
This is an adopted recipe from the RecipeZaar account, and I am delighted to be the new owner of such a winning recipe.
If you would like the inside of the finished dish to be a little less "egg-y" then cut the number of eggs down to 3, and many many reviewers also found that just 3 Tablespoons of butter worked better for them. Either way they did it, they all agreed that the taste was great. Enjoy!
These rolls are just wonderful and so simple to make. Prep time does not include the time for letting rolls rise.[Update: After finally being successful in making bread over the past year, and because of the reviews, I have reworked this recipe and hoepfully the instructions are more clear. The dough should be slightly sticky]