What exactly is a biscuit in the US? -
In Europe a biscuit is what you call a cookie -so what is a biscuit?
In the US, a biscuit is a crunchy treat for dogs. It can also be a baked, crumbly roll-like food that we eat with breakfast.
In North America a "biscuit" is a small quick bread that is made with flour, butter (or lard or shortening), baking powder (soda), milk (buttermilk), eggs, and sometimes a small amount of granulated white sugar. A perfect biscuit, in my mind, should have a golden brown crusty top and bottom and when you split it in half it should be soft and flaky and moist enough to absorb a pat of butter, which is absolutely necessary.
by Brenda Durham 7 years ago
Okay, so hubby and I have a disagreement on what a biscuit is.He thinks it should be soft, flaky, but no firm crust, rather like what I call a roll. It'll basically be just a piece of dough after gravy's put on it.I think it should be soft inside, with a flaky but firm, rather crunchy...
by Ishwaryaa Dhandapani 5 years ago
What is the difference between biscuits and cookies?
by johndetlefs 8 years ago
let's end the debate.. Which is better... Crunchy Peanut Butter.. or Smooth?
by Marla Rose 6 years ago
How do you like your pancakes? Homemade or pre packaged from a box? Served with fruit, plain, butter, powdered sugar, maple syrup, molasses, or pecan syrup!
by Julianna 6 years ago
What exactly are grits?Many people all over the Country eat Grits. What exactly are grits and why are they called by that name? Please write a hub about Grits and explain in detail.
by Anna 6 years ago
What's your favourite crunchy cookie recipe?I am looking for new ones to make for a party, so please help me find some!
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