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Recipe Name: Angel Bisquits Submitted by: Administrator
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Ethnicity: None Last Modified: 2/22/2014
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Number of Servings: 1

Ingredients:
1 Dry yeast
1/4 Cup(s) Warm Water
2 1/2 Cup(s) Flour
1/2 Teaspoon(s) Baking soad
1 Teaspoon(s) Baking Powder
1 Teaspoon(s) Salt
1/8 Cup(s) Sugar
1/2 Cup(s) Shortening
1 Cup(s) Buttermilk
Directions:
I have been gifted Granny Byrds recipe file so I am posting one of my
favorites. This was on a very old yellowed newspaper clipping and
appears to have come from a Heloise column. Angel Bisquits the name
and delious eatings the game. They are so simple to make, yet the most
irrestible morsels to pass your palate. You can mix these bisquits up
one day and bake them the next. Why the dough will even keep up to
three days in the refrigerator in a covered bowl. Dissolve the yeast
in warm water,setting aside.Mix the dry ingrediants in the order
given. Cut the shortening in as you would usually do for pie dough or
bisquits. Stir in the buttermilk and yeast mixture. Blend thoroughly
and the dough is ready to refrigerate or roll into bisquits. When you
are ready to make bisquits turn the dough out onto a floured board and
knead lightly as for regular bisquits. Roll out and cut as you would
for regular bisquits, placing in a greased pan. Set aside and let the
dough rise slightly before baking in a 400 degrees oven for 12 or 15
minutes untuil lightly browned and done. If the dough is cold you will
need to let it sit a little longer to rise. I can remember my
grandmother going to my great-grandmothers and making a bowl to put in
her refrigerator when Big Moma got too weak to stand and cook alot.
Big Moma would pinch off a little for her meal and cook what she
wanted. Posted to Bakery-Shoppe Digest V1 #184 by Sue Johnson
<suebuggy@icu2.net> on Aug 07, 1997

Nutrition (calculated from recipe ingredients)
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Calories: 2257
Calories From Fat: 967
Total Fat: 107.7g
Cholesterol: 67.2mg
Sodium: 3078.6mg
Potassium: 706.8mg
Carbohydrates: 276.5g
Fiber: 8.4g
Sugar: 37.5g
Protein: 40.4g


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