Home-made Foods: Biscuits (KFC Style!)

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Introduction: Home-made Foods: Biscuits (KFC Style!)

About: I like to cook.

These Home-Made Biscuits taste exactly like the ones from KFC guaranteed...

Recipe of the day:

1 1/2 Cups of Flour
1 1/2 Teaspoons of Salt ( I used 1/2 teaspoon, turned out great.)

1 Tablespoon of Sugar

1 Tablespoon of Baking-Powder (I used 1/2, turned out great.)

2/3 Cups of Milk

1/3 Cup of Vegetable Shortening

(Requested by: GorillazMiko)

Step 1: Lets Get Started

Okay,

First your gonna want to Preheat your oven to 425 Degrees F.

Now Sift together you dry ingredients, Don't have a sifter use a metal strainer, dont have a metal strainer your screwed! Lol




Step 2: Step 2

Make sort of a well in the middle of your dry mix and add in your milk.
Add your Shortening, and start to knead the dough
Add milk if needed to form...

Step 3: Step 3

Turn it onto a flouered board and cut into biscuits. Knead the dough, a few more times adding small amounts of flower if it's a bit wet.
After Patting out the dough to about 1/2 inch thickness cut the dough into biscuits, you can make about 9-10...

Step 4: Step 4

Then place the biscuits on a baking sheet, and your gonna wanna bake them for 10-13 min. or until they brown.

Step 5: Fin

Now you know how to make buscuits!
Enjoy them with some sour cream!

Want to request a recipe? Email me at Shifrin96@gmail.com

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    36 Comments

    now we need the popcorn chicken and potato wedges XD!

    3 replies

    we sell popcorn chicken and wedges at walmart.

    YES!

    Get on it, Shifrin.

    finally someone agrees with me!!

    what exactly is vegetable shortening?

    Nothing....... , I was there today! NO BISCUITS

    it migth depend on where your at. here in northern california, they have biscuits. oh, this recipe is great!

    Man these look good, however... my biscuits turned out like hockey pucks...very heavy. Can anyone tell me if Baking Powder/Soda can "go bad" thereby causing the biscuit not to rise much... Also, is vegetable shortening required or will vegetable oil be an acceptable substitute?

    Hey! here are some of the biscuits I made, though the ingrediants are modified. You need baking soda AND powder for it to rise nicely. 1 1/2 cup flour 1 teaspoon salt 1 tablespoon sugar 1/2 tablespoon baking powder 1/2 tablespoon baking soda 2/3 cup milk 1/3 cup vegetable shortening

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    What's the best way to mix the dry ingredients with the milk? Using my hands is very messy, and doesn't seem to be efficient.

    7 replies

    Actually it is the perfect way to mix them, but if you're squeamish you can use a fork.

    a butter knife is better, it doesn't get stuff stuck between prongs.

    you must use your hands

    user

    Is adding the milk slower better, or should I just dump it all in there at the same time?

    Brobaly too late but yes drop it all in, btw add sour cream to moisten it, everyone I gave it to loved it, it depends what you like...

    how much sour cream?

    Biscuits?? Biscuits a sweet things many types, chocolate biscuits, shortbread, digestives, custard creams. Oh I see - In america biscuits are called cookies - over here cookies are 'american style' biscuits.