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Help, help, help............????!!!!

 

I am DESPERATELY trying to find a yummy, soft, gluten free biscuit recipe.  I have tried several, which were supposed to be delicious.....to NO AVAIL!!

 

Can someone help me please?/

 

Frustrated and craving a regular tea biscuit....

 

Thanks in advance

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Just to clarify this - you aren't talking about an American biscuit that is served with sausage gravy or as a roll/ bread with your fried chicken? You want something more like an American sugar cookie?

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Just to clarify this - you aren't talking about an American biscuit that is served with sausage gravy or as a roll/ bread with your fried chicken? You want something more like an American sugar cookie?

It's the bread type tea biscuit I'm looking for.  Sorry I didn't clarify.  

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I HIGHLY recommend using this recipe:  http://www.kingarthurflour.com/recipes/gluten-free-biscuits-made-with-baking-mix-recipe and I have only tried it with their baking mix product, so if you use anything else it may not turn out.  Very good... and gluteny biscuits that were soft used to be one of my favorite things pre diagnosis.  This is the soft, American southern style kind.

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The gluten free bisquick mix is available at most grocery stores, and it makes really good biscuits (as well as waffles). It is quick and fairly easy.

 

If you want to make them from scratch I have found that regardless of the recipe it is beneficial to let the dough sit in the fridge overnight to let it rise longer. This way it isn't so heavy. 

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