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« Reply #20 on: June 10, 2009 11:18:07 AM »

Wow. I want to eat these! They look so tasty.

I have never heard of anything similar to American "biscuits" before, or even "bisquik" which was mentioned before. What are they? Is it savoury? kind of like a bread roll? Or more like ""normal"" biscuits which are cookies?

Does anyone know if "biscuits" in a can are available in Australia anywhere? Or does anyone know a recipie which will made biscuits like this?

Biscuits in the US are like a bread roll. I guess maybe you could call it a dumpling or english muffin? It's a soft bread that is usually eaten with meats or foods with gravy. They're really tasty! I'm sure you can find a recipe online.

Thanks.. I am thinking they sound a little like Yorkshire pudding... or maybe scones, just not sweet. Thank you for adding the searching a recipe. I had a bit of a blonde moment and forgot about that. It's almost 4am I'm a little delirious hah.


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« Reply #21 on: June 10, 2009 02:18:08 PM »

i think biscuits are a lot like scones, though i haven't had that many scones.  they aren't really sweet though.

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« Reply #22 on: June 10, 2009 05:57:06 PM »

Yes!  Just like plain scones!

mmmm...now i want a scone...
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« Reply #23 on: June 17, 2009 01:44:08 AM »

Mmmmm! This looks way yummy, and thanks for the tut! I think I just found something to do tomorrow on my day off...
« Reply #24 on: April 10, 2013 02:39:31 PM »

This is a great idea, to use muffin tins. My daughter and I have been making a similar treat in a large pan, 9 x 13, with about 4 packages of biscuits, the smaller size, still 8 biscuits, but buttermilk biscuits or whatever is on sale. We do not roll the pieces... I find overworking the dough can toughen it. With the smaller-diameter biscuits, we simply cut them in quarters, and the resulting plump triangles nestle together nicely. In the large pan, they are great as pull-aparts, but I can hardly wait to make these with my grandchildren and the more individualized portions in muffin tins.

Thanks for a great recipe!!
« Reply #25 on: April 10, 2013 03:54:01 PM »

Ooh!  This is perfect for my 6-year-old grandson to make with Gramma (me).  I can't wait!  Thank you!
One thing - did I miss what we should do with the 1 cup melted butter?  Huh

I think you pour it over the biscuits around step 8.  Not sure, but it looks like there's melted butter on her pan in the pic!


When I make monkey bread, I roll the cut biscuits in the butter before I roll in cinnamon and sugar.
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