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Hey everyone, it' s been awhile. Sorry. I promised this instructable back 2009 when I made my breakfast pastie "ible" (here). Here it is finally. In this instructable ...
You need - 1 cup butter 5 1/4 cup flour 3 Tbsp baking powder 1 tsp salt 2 1/4 cups fresh squeezed goat milk - check here to learn ...
Toss the sticks of butter on a plastic plate and, slowly warm them in the microwave. Start with 10 seconds, then go with 5 seconds each time until ...
After you put the soft butter in the bowl you need to add all the dry ingredients and mix until the butter has been cut into the flour evenly.
once you add the liquid you need to knead the dough as little as possible. Add enough milk to get it to a nice consistency and then stop ...
Before you actually roll it out, you nee to knead it some, get it nice and consistent. when you have it all feeling right then you can start ...
this is a puzzle game. The less you do to the dough the better the biscuits, thus - the biscuits from the first rolling will be better than ...
In the oven, 425 degrees, 12 minutes. When the time is up, pull them out, open one and check the center, if it's not doughy, your good.
I like to eat them with chicken patties, eggs, sausage, honey on them, grape jelly on them, eat em plain, smother them with sausage gravy. Trust me, you'll love ...
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