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Southern Biscuits (Gluten-Free)

This recipe comes to us from Liz Wolf.

Ingredients:
2 cups gluten-free flour mix*
1/3 cup + 1 tablespoon butter
2 ½ teaspoons gluten-free baking powder
1 teaspoon Ener-G egg replacer
If using unsalted butter - 1 teaspoon salt

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Directions:
Blend all ingredients with pastry cutter until butter is well distributed and in tiny pieces. Then add:
¾ cup milk (Goat milk, rice milk works too)

Stir really well until dough forms a ball. Let sit for a few minutes. Drop by spoonfuls or roll out and cut with a biscuit cutter. Bake at 400F for about 10 minutes.

*My gluten free flour mix is 2 cups brown rice flour, 2/3 cup potato starch flour, 1/3 cup Tapioca flour and 2 ½ teaspoons xanthan gum. Sift at least 3 times. I usually make 3-4 batches of this at once and keep it on hand so I can just measure out the flour I need.

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Liz
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21 Oct 2007 6:43:22 PM PST
The biscuits are great!

 
an unknown user
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05 Nov 2007 6:28:35 PM PST
OMG the biscuits are yummi :D

 
Belinda
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27 Dec 2007 12:09:12 PM PST
These are good biscuits! I used a whole egg due to not having any egg replacer and they were just fine, but didn't raise very much so wondering if egg changed them or they don't raise high! I ate mine with butter and jelly and were just like the old ones :) Hubby had his as B/G (gravy)

 
Crystal
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03 Feb 2008 4:07:31 PM PST
This is a good recipe! I used Arrowhead Mills Gluten Free All Purpose Flour and got 12 yummy biscuits. Thanks! :)

 
Lizzy
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26 Nov 2008 1:32:27 PM PST
These are really good...thanks...my dad's wheat and gluten free!

 
taylor
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27 Nov 2008 3:38:02 PM PST
These biscuits are amazing! they taste as if they are just like the regular ones with flour!!

 
T.j
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15 Jan 2009 3:55:33 PM PST
I tried these biscuits and they were awful.

 
Amy
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10 Mar 2009 7:32:43 PM PST
Great recipe! I am new to gluten-free cooking and found these delicious and easy to make. I used Earth Balance shortening instead of butter and they turned out fine. Kids liked them best with Earth Balance buttery spread and drizzled in honey. Thanks for the recipe!

 
Lisa
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25 Nov 2009 2:57:53 PM PST
these biscuits are the tastiest, most amazing biscuits ever! They taste just like Bisquick biscuits!

 
janis
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22 Jun 2010 8:17:33 PM PST
These were great! I added an egg and mine didn't rise much either, but they were still great. As an added bonus, I was trying to keep them warm until dinner time so I put them in the toaster oven and toasted them for a little bit and they got golden brown on the top - My husband (the celiac) said " who are these for? They look too good to be mine!"

 
Sharon
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08 Jul 2010 6:09:03 PM PST
My father recently found out he has celiac disease and I decided to do some baking for him. He really liked these biscuits. So did I!

 
Marianne
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11 Aug 2010 8:15:24 PM PST
Taste was good, but I followed the recipe exactly and it did not rise.

 
Trish
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30 Oct 2010 12:43:52 PM PST
I did not have any egg replacer (I do not use it, eggs are essential in my blood type diet), so I just used a whole egg and Earth Balance instead of shortening (as another reviewer did). My biscuits flattened out like puffy pancakes, and I could taste the baking powder. Is the egg itself adding too much liquid? I used Bob's Red Mill all-purpose baking mix and wonder if that had anything to do with it as well. I've tried some other recipes and had success with them, but for some reason I did not do well with this one. Thank you for posting, though.

 
Kristal
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22 Feb 2011 1:12:21 PM PST
I made these for my daughter. You could definitely taste the baking powder, but a little jam and it fixed that problem.




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