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Yum! I made a brilliant accidental discovery - I rolled and cut the biscuits to thin. I "mushed" (highly regarded culinary technique) two of them together and baked anyways. I ended up with perfect sandwich biscuits for sausage/egg biscuits. They also worked perfectly with the chicken fried steak and milk gravy that was for dinner. I followed the recipe exactly - down to the "knead 14 times". That was why I didn't reroll the dough and cut thicker biscuits. They were wonderful!!

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AQueen December 16, 2007

These were by far and away the BEST biscuits I have EVER had!!! :0) I used coconut oil instead of shortning, I only added half a tablespoon of sugar and I rubbed the dry ingredients and coconut oil together. My husband gobbled them up and said that they were so light and delicious that he wouldn't mind having them every day!!! ;0) To be honest, they are so easy to throw together that if he REALLY wanted them everyday, it wouldn't be any trouble to make them for him!!!! :0) Thank you for a WONDERFUL recipe!!!!

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gem1mail-junk December 15, 2013

Fantastic recipe!!! Really quick and easy to make and taste amazing!!!!

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Mzspiced July 23, 2010

PERFECT! I'm the world's worst baker, and my buiscuits are usually like rocks. This was so easy and they came out perfect. Before cutting I folded shredded sharp cheddar in the center. So good!

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n.fendley October 24, 2009

these sound so yummy I however only have sunflower oil and condensed milk but i promised the kids we'd make biscuits.....let you know how they turn out

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Lil-red February 15, 2009

These biscuits are so easy to make and what's even better is that they taste so darn good! The only exceptions I made to the directions were that I used aluminum free baking powder and vegetable oil, since that was all I had on hand. As for the baking powder I used, I truly think that using aluminum free baking powder is one of the secrets to making great biscuits! I also knew this was a great recipe when the dough felt lighter and was "just right"! Thank you for sharing your awesome recipe, Zusie!

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mysonshine June 01, 2008

I added about 1/2 cup of parmesian cheese to the dry ingredients...the advice about not adding additional flour to the dough was right on...the biscuits came out lightly browned and so fluffy! Moonsinger

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Moonsinger February 23, 2007

These turned out perfect! The batter appears quite moist, but if you can resist not adding more flour, they turn out quite tender and flaky. I got 11 biscuits and the cooking time was about 12 minutes. Thanks for the recipe

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Abby Girl February 08, 2007

Very easy and quick. I also used Crisco. They turned out fantastic and almost doubled in height. Thanks for the recipe , Zusie-Q!!

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abelliveau February 03, 2007
Baking Powder Biscuits