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a different biscuit


So, I like all things biscuits and have been playing around with some to hone skills.   Especially looking at just eyeballing proportions and the plus being I get to eat the mistakes.

Oat biscuits
~1/2 cup of rolled oats, cooked with water, milk or buttermilk (milk or buttermilk makes a richer biscuit)  usually requires a cup of liquid.  transfer to a larger mixing bowl
While oats are hot, add ~3 tablespoons of butter and about 1.5 tablespoons of molasses.   Stir and allow to cool.
In mixing bowl, add about a cup of self-rising flour.   Mix, just to incorporate adding milk or buttermilk if more liquid is needed (depends on how tight your oats are.   

Form into biscuits, i did it by hand, rather than roll/cut.    Bake at 400 F for about 20-25 minuts, until toased on top.

I ate mine with apple butter, made for a nice breakfast.


Aye Laddie, tis based off me scottish bannock recipe.   And unlike that English King Alfred, I dinna burn mine!

And I dinna ken anyone who doesn't enjoy a fine biscuit! ;D

River City John:
Life always depends on how tight your oats are.



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