Self Rising Biscuits

"This is My Father-Inlaws recipe.EXCELLENT!"
 
Self Rising Biscuits created by Marlene.
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27mins
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directions

  • Mix together.
  • Place onto floured surface.
  • Roll to 1/2 inch thickness.
  • Cut.
  • Bake at 450 for 10 to 12 minutes.
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  1. Sherry  Carl
    These biscuits were super easy to make. I mixed it as stated and they were delicious. The dough was just right. It was not sticky or dry. I will be making these again and again. Thank you for the recipe !
     
  2. Amanda
    Overall pretty good. I am not a biscuit maker and these were easy enough, I still need to work with the flour amounts, as dough was extremely sticky- I am sure that is my fault in some way though.
     
  3. Marlene.
    Self Rising Biscuits Created by Marlene.
  4. Marlene.
    Was looking for a recipe to use up some self rising flour and came across these. Very quick to mix up and get into the oven. The biscuits were a little dryer than I prefer , but for a fast biscuit , they're pretty darn good! I served mine with my favorite , homemade blackberry jam! Thanks very much for sharing this easy recipe!
     
  5. crawfish pie
    I am definatley an amateur at making biscuits,but these turned out great.I wasnt able to mess these up at all!!!!Now that's saying something:)Very tasty result and very easy preperation.Thanks for sharing!
     
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