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Old 09-25-2013, 09:41 PM   #21
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Here's my mother's biscuit recipe I modded to use some spent grain flour.
1C spent grain flour
3C regular flour
1tsp salt
4tsp baking powder
about 1/2 cup tub margarine
butter milk,about 2C
Pre-heat oven to 500F. Mix dry ingredients together. I use a pastry cutter to mix in the margarine. Then just enough buttermilk to make a soft,sticky dough. Turn out onto floured surface,sprinkle with flour & kneed lightly. Roll out to about 1/2" thick & cut to desired size. Place in biscuit pan & bake 12-15 minutes. They come out kinda like rye biscuits. Great with gravy.

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