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Video: JP's Big Daddy Biscuits

See the trick to making huge fluffy biscuits.

 
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In this video, you’ll see how to make big, big, extremely massive biscuits. The secret to these extra-large biscuits is the baking powder, which produces big fluffy biscuits. See how to make them just right! Check out John’s 5-star recipe for JP's Big Daddy Biscuits. These versatile biscuits are great topped with butter and jam, honey, or slathered with gravy—or served as dinner rolls or topped with strawberries and cream for dessert! Oh yeah, these biscuits do it all! See more quick bread videos >>

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Comments

 
 
tenquid 
Dec. 16, 2014 4:38 am
Lovely biscuits. I made them just as the recipe directed and they turned out wonderfully.
 
nek 
Sep. 22, 2014 10:16 am
WOW! These are great. I used what was on hand: salted butter, kosher salt, 2% milk, and unbleached bread flour. Other ingredients were as listed in the recipe; the baking powder was very fresh. Instead of kneading, I added the milk all at once and stirred about 8 strokes, removed dough from the bowl, and then GENTLY patted it into a 7 - 8 inch diameter shape. The recipe made 9 large and fantastic biscuits! My mom grew up on a Texas farm/ranch during the Depression, had biscuits for breakfast every morning of her childhood, and adores the things, even ones I consider to be inferior. I'm surprising her with fresh biscuits from this recipe tonight at supper. These are the best biscuits I've ever eaten. No exaggeration! Don't overwork the dough or let them get very brown in the oven. I ate one after 12 minutes and another after 15 minutes. They were SLIGHTLY brown around the bottom edge of the biscuits and melted in the mouth with butter and a little jam. GREAT recipe!
 
A.D. 
Jun. 23, 2014 8:45 pm
I now use coconut oil or butter or even margarine in anything that calls for shortening.
 
Nan 
Jun. 21, 2014 6:41 pm
Shortening is a solid type vegetable oil. ie: Crisco in a can. Any grocery store.
 
Sodyko 
Jun. 21, 2014 6:36 pm
please can someone let me know what is the meaning of shortening, and where can be find. thank
 
Jun. 21, 2014 5:18 pm
Being an Australian I too had no idea that, what you call biscuits is actually called scones in Australia (same as NZ)You call our biscuits "cookies" Anyway, I have been trying to make scones for years but they turn out as hard as rocks and as flat as biscuits (our biscuits) I will try this recipe this week and will let you know how I go....
 
Rick 
Jun. 21, 2014 10:27 am
SLURP SLURP SLURP
 
ashleyhitt 
Mar. 16, 2014 6:10 pm
I have always wondered what my cousin was on about when she said she had biscuits and gravy for brekkie si I googled it and found that they are called scones here in new zealand but i have never ate them with gravy so its a new one on me
 
Mare 
Jan. 20, 2014 11:37 am
foud these too dense not light or fluffy.
 
Krazy Kook 
May 9, 2013 8:41 pm
Wow!!! Made them tonight and so moist! No other reason to keep trying different recipes...this is the Winner!!
 
 
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