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Fluffy tea biscuits

Fluffy tea biscuits created by Baby Kato

easy to make and unusual , came from an elderly lady

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  • Put flour, baking powder and salt in a bowl.
  • cut in the margarine.
  • Pour in the 7 up all at once and stir with a fork until moist.
  • Knead 8--10 times.
  • Roll the biscuit dough 3/4 of a inch, rest a few minutes.
  • cut out biscuits and place on a cookie sheet.
  • brush top with butter bake at425 for 12 minutes.
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  1. Baby Kato
    Fluffy tea biscuits Created by Baby Kato
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  2. Baby Kato
    Fluffy tea biscuits Created by Baby Kato
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  3. Baby Kato
    Wow we loved these biscuits and didn't find them too salty. I did use butter instead of margarine, personal preference only. The biscuits were perfect, tall, crisp tender and delicious. I served them with Chicken A La King for a memorable comfort dish. Thanks so much for sharing this lovely recipe. Made for What's on the Menu? tag game.
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  4. Ellen W.
    More of a salty biscuit than a sweet scone, but super-fast to make. I had to bake it 15 min, though. I used a generic Mountain Dew-type soda and it worked fine. Try it in crescent shapes, spit in half with a hunk of havarti cheese - yum! Or it would be good with shredded cheddar mixed in.
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  5. DotM7037
    easy to make and unusual , came from an elderly lady
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