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Home made biscuits taste better to ... tablespoons of vegetable oil. Heat to ... to heat up. Using a whisk, add one tablespoon of flour at a time. ... gravy over hot biscuits!

Stir all together and drop by spoonfuls into buttered pan. Butter tops. Bake for 15 minutes in 450 degree oven.

Let set for ... the texture of biscuit dough. If you want double deck or biscuits to split in ... dough, coated with oil and fold in half. Cut biscuits and let rise 10 to 15 ... degrees. Bake until done.

Mix all ingredients thoroughly. Sprinkle flour on a flat ... 1-inch thick, cut biscuits out with biscuit ... well-greased pan at 400 degrees for 15-20 minutes.

Mix together. Let rise for 30 minutes. Can use now or store in refrigerator. Bake at 400 degrees for 12 minutes. Can stay stored in refrigerator for 2 weeks.

Dissolve yeast in ... Add sugar and oil; mix. Add buttermilk. Combine flour, salt and ... floured board. Roll out and cut. Dough will keep in fridge 5 days.

Dissolve yeast in ... with milk. Mix flour and oil. Add dissolved ... desired shapes. Let rise for 30-40 minutes. ... in refrigerator for up to 2 weeks.

Mix buttermilk and oil together. Add flour and mix. Grease cookie sheet. Roll biscuits into balls with ... sheet. Bake at 400°F until browned. Serve hot.

Mix all ingredients ... good with more flour. Flour your ... to make a biscuit. Place biscuits in a greased ... on top with oil. Bake at ... for approximately 15 minutes.

Place in covered ... 2 hours before using. Using a little flour on wax paper, ... have to let rise. May be ... to 2 weeks; you don't have to punch down.

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