|Book of Biscuits|
|by Pat Alburey|
Contains recipes for all types of biscuit, from simple oatcakes to a magnificent gingerbread house including favourites such as florentines, macar...
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In a saucepan, ... floured board, roll biscuits into thin circles. ... make a thin glaze. Spread with wooden spoon over cooked pies. Serve warm or cold.
Let peaches come ... until mixture thickens. Stir frequently. Roll biscuits out on floured pastry sheet. Fill with cool peach mixture. Fry in Wesson oil.
Roll each biscuit very thin. Put 1-1 1/2 tablespoons pie filling in center. ... golden. Remove and drain, then roll in sugar or glaze. Can also be eaten plain.
Wash dried fruit ... taste. Roll out biscuit dough thin. Place ... low heat. When pies are brown, turn ... Take up and lay on plate with paper towels on it.
Place peaches with ... thoroughly. Roll out biscuits on lightly floured ... Place portion of peach mixture on one ... lard in a heavy skillet. Makes 10.
In a medium ... surface, roll each biscuit round and as ... towels. Makes 10 pies. *You can ... add more sugar to taste, (cinnamon is also good in this).
Place peaches in ... a can of biscuits and on floured ... over medium heat, brown pies on both sides. Drain on paper towels. These are great hot or cold.
Roll out each biscuit thin and let ... biscuits again. Spread peach mixture over 1/2 ... edges. Fry in hot oil to desired browness. Turn only once to brown.
Cover peaches with ... each rolled out biscuit. Crimp with ... skillet on low heat; pour oil in skillet. Cook pie until brown on both sides. Makes 12 servings.
Wash (do not ... freeze. To make pies: Make pie ... or use canned biscuits rolled out. Fill ... fork. Fry in hot oil or bake at 350 degrees until brown.
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