Tiny Hot Biscuits

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Tiny Hot Biscuits

Recipe for Tiny Hot Biscuits

Old-fashioned tea biscuits taste best straight from the oven. Prepare the dough the day before and refrigerate. In just minutes on the day of your party, you can present freshly baked, dainty biscuits
I must confess I love bread and almost all bread products. In spite of this I have never been a real bread maker. I prefer to buy bread from good bakeries. However recipes like these tiny hot biscuits don’t require you to have to knead them or figure out how much flour to use or how warm a place to let them rise, so with little effort you can have quick success.

INGREDIENTS for Tiny Hot Biscuits

  • 2 cups All-Purpose Flour 500 mL
  • 4 tsp Double-Acting Baking 20 mL
  • Powder
  • 1 tbsp Granulated Sugar 15 mL
  • ½ tsp Salt 2 mL
  • ½ tsp Dry Mustard 2 mL
  • ½ cup Shortening 125 mL
  • â…” cup Milk 150 mL
  • 1 Egg 1

METHOD for Tiny Hot Biscuits

In large bowl, sift together flour, baking powder, sugar, salt and mustard. With pastry blender or 2 knives, cut in shortening until mixture resembles coarse meal. Stir together milk and egg and add to dry mixture all at once. Stir gently with fork until dough forms ball.

Turn dough out onto floured surface and, with floured hands, knead gently 20 times. (Recipe can be prepared ahead to this point; wrap dough in waxed paper and refrigerate overnight.)

On lightly floured surface, roll or pat dough into ½ -inch (1 cm) thick rectangle. Cut into 1-inch (2.5 cm) squares. Transfer to ungreased baking sheets, leaving ⅛ -inch (3 mm) space between biscuits. Bake in 450°F (230°C) oven for 8 to 10 minutes or until puffy and golden. Serve hot. Makes about 60 biscuits.
Tiny Hot Biscuits

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Always a very busy person Pat has been interested in cooking and collecting recipes. In an effort to sort out a mound of favorite recipes and to be able to pass them on to the next generation she started this site Family, Foods, and Friends. Again she invites people to join her and to share their cooking adventures.

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