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This made a cross between a sweet bread and a biscuit. I too had to add atleast a cup or more of flour. But, the "biscuit" came out delicious. This would be a good recipe to roll out sprinkle with cinnamon and raisins roll up and slice, so I may try that in the future. I got 10 biscuits that I cut out with a cookie cutter, next time I will roll into balls and place in a pan so that when they cook and rise they will touch so we can pull them apart. All in all a good recipe, with the addition of flour, to use up the starter I have. Thank you for posting tranch!

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:)Shirl(: August 15, 2009

This recipe is terrific!Very low sodium!I am exccited about using this recipe--& baking WONDERFUL biscuits.

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Chef#530327 September 24, 2008

I'm going to try these again, as I misread the directions and added the dry ingredients to the wet. It wouldn't pull away from the bowl and I had to add an additional 1.5-2 cups pf flour. THey came out as a cross between a biscuit and a dinner roll. *laugh*

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Sweet Buns Bakery October 29, 2007

What is the recipe for the amish starter mix for the Amish biscuits.

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linda mooney August 10, 2001

I've been making a variation of this recipe for 20 years and most prople say it is better than "Grandma usta make." Secret to fluffy buscuits is not to underwork the dough.

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needlefinder August 05, 2001
Amish Biscuits