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Mix this biscuit mix ... cinnamon sugar. Note: If batter is too thin, add another tbsp. biscuit mix; if batter is too thick, add another tbsp. milk or water.
Combine all ingredients ... any other baking mix. Makes 12 ... degrees for 12 minutes. Makes 10 biscuits. Combine all ingredients. Cook as you normally would.
Sift flour and ... add water to mix and egg, otherwise ... refrigerator this mixture will last up to one month, but will keep much longer if placed in freezer.
Mix flour, baking powder, ... until mixtures resembles a coarse meal. Store in air tight container. To make hot biscuits: Add 1 cup mix with 1/3 cup milk.
Mix together thoroughly first ... refrigerator. For biscuits, use 1 cup mix to 1/3 cup milk to make 5 biscuits. Bake at 425 to 450 degrees until golden brown.
Mix all dry ingredients ... to use. Refrigerate. Makes 11 cups. For pancakes, etc.: 2 cups quickie mix, 1 cup water, 2 eggs (separate, whip egg whites).
Sift flour, dry ... thoroughly mixed. Spoon mix lightly into 3 ... NOT PACK. Close tightly and store on shelf. Needs no refrigeration. Makes about 10 cups.
Heat oven to 350 degrees. Grease 13"x9" baking pan. Spread beans and peppers in dish; sprinkle with tomatoes and cheese. Beat remaining ingredients ...
Master Mix developed at Purdue ... pans. Dissolve yeast in water. Add mix. Stir to combine. Knead slightly. Makes 2 (11"x15") crusts. Bake at 425 degrees.
Combine and freeze into 4 bags. Serving day: Mix everything together and ... at 400 degrees. Top with tomato slices and cheese and bake 10 more minutes.
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