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Bring Out The Cast Iron And Make Biscuits Like Your Grandma Used To
I can’t remember the first time I ever had biscuits, but I bet it was one of those times my grandmother was babysitting and made them for us. She used to make skillet biscuits and they were tastier than you could ever imagine. It didn’t really matter what time of day it was; for breakfast she served them with jam, for dinner she made some yummy sausage gravy to go with these.
My mother made biscuits, too, but I can’t remember a single time she would have made them in a skillet. A couple of years ago I was feeling nostalgic so I took out my cast iron skillet and started looking for recipes.
I found this old recipe in one of my worn out cookbooks and it looked really scrumptious so I gave it a go! I was right; the biscuits turned out fluffy and flavorful, and this is pretty much the only way I’ve made them ever since.
I have to warn you, though. It’s really hard to stop eating these until the skillet is totally empty!
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Quick Tip: I love having these biscuits for breakfast, served with some apricot jam!