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I see biscuits and gravy in my future

We’re going out to breakfast again. I just want something different today. They have good gravy. I’m getting that.

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Will you have biscuits and gravy in your future?

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Lol :joy:

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Why would you eat biscuits with gravy?!?!?!?!

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American biscuits are a quick bread, savory not sweet.

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That looks like a scone. But the sauce doesn’t look like the gravy you’d put on a roast dinner? What’s the sauce made out of?

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Haha. Yeah here in America biscuits aren’t sweet.

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It kind of looks like a creamy sausage gravy to me. Like milk, flour, butter…

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You are correct. I put salt/pepper in mine. The biscuits are made of baking powder, flour, butter, milk, salt. @Joker what you call biscuits we call “cookies”

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Yeah, they’re very similar to scones. Just omit fruit and only use a touch of sugar.

The gravy is made with sausage and milk. It’s a Southern breakfast that spread in popularity around the US

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Here cookies are like chocolate chip cookies - everything else is a biscuit, and American Biscuits are what we call scones!

We eat scones with clotted cream and jam

I would like to try this. If I ever return to the states I will give it a go

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I think this is something I would quite like. You can buy scones here with no fruit. Or I guess I could make them

Will see how hard it is - must be plenty of recipes online

Thanks

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It’s very easy to make American biscuits.

I don’t do proper measurements, I go by sight and feel.

4 handfuls all purpose flour.
1 tablespoon baking powder
1 tablespoon sugar
About 150 ml shortening, lard, or butter.
Milk or water to moisten ( add a touch of vinegar to the milk for buttermilk biscuits, a spoonful)

Mix dry ingredients. Cut in lard or butter. Cut in until it resembles lumpy sand. Mix in about half a cup of milk or water. Just until the mix is moist and pulls together in a ball.

Pat ball out on a floured cutting board. Cut into whatever shape you want. Arrange on a pan and bake at 350 until tops are golden brown. About 15 to 20 minutes.

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