biscuits -- no milk

I wanted an easy-to-remember, milkless biscuit, and here's what came together:

1/2 cup oil
1 cup plain soy "milk"
2 eggs
4 cups flour (self-rising or add 2 Tbsp baking powder, 2 tsp salt)

(Notice each ingredient doubles (1/2, 1, 2, 4). I love memory clues.)

Mix with fork, then fingers.
On a floured surface, roll out dough into a thin rectangle, fold over into fours, roll a little more.

Press out circles, place touching sides, and put in 400 degree oven for 20 minutes. (Notice the numbers. Yeah! I love easy-to-remember.)

Serve with sausage gravy, or FROG jam,
tomatoes and bacon, or green eggs and ham.... =)

This one's for Micah, my no-milk kid. =)

Love you, buddy. --Mom (michelle)

p.s. FROG jam is Hillside Orchard's Fig-Raspberry-Orange-Ginger that I discovered at "The Tomatoe Vine" fresh food stand on Old Buncombe Road. Love it!!

3 comments:

  1. Sounds like I need to come over for some FROG jam! That sounds amazing!

    How's your painting project coming? We started the living room/hallways this week too. :)

    Love, Mel

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  2. Come on over. =) We've finished everything except the living room and a few touch-ups in the guest room. You're going to love the "Wheat Grass" color in the kitchen. See you soon. mlg

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  3. Update: Dough is sticky at first, but incorporates into a beautiful biscuit texture as you roll and fold. Works wonderfully with AlmondBreeze original almondmilk as well.

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