Biscuits From The Frying Pan? It's Quick Time

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Serves: 4 to 6
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1 pkg biscuit mix 8 oz.or 1 cup measured amount from bulk.
water per package directions
1 pinch salt
1 Tbsp vegetable oil or butter (optional)

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Gary Hancq Recipe
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Port Byron, IL (pop. 1,647)
Member Since Jan 2010
Gary's notes for this recipe:
I make this on a "Coleman" two burner camp stove when camping. They're just as good as those from the oven.
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Prepare biscuit Mix according to directions. Use a little less water than called for and leave mix fairly dry.
After well mixed pour into pan and flatten with spatula
Fry on medium heat and remove pan from heat every minute or two to keep from over browning or burning. It's still cooking while off the heat momentarily.
After mixture is firmed up somewhat and browned on underside place paper dish on pan and flip biscuit to plate. Slide the uncooked side into frying pan and brown second side.
Again remove from heat for a a short time now and then to prevent over browning or burning.
Remove from heat and let cool for a minute, Slice into squares or pie shaped pieces and serve. These go fast at the campsite. Great with Camp Stew or Biscuit Gravy poured over them.
Got your own favorite biscuit recipe. You don't have to deprive yourself of them while camping. Give this a try. Make a practice batch in the kitchen so you are a pro when you get to camp and it counts.


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user Kellie S Luv2mixitup - Feb 12, 2011
This Sounds good Gary ... it would go good with some Butter and hot Sorghum..yummmm
user B. Bradford Bumble - Mar 3, 2011
i did this several years ago cause i did not want to turn on the oven so i made me just one and i loved it.
user Karla Everett Karla59 - Mar 21, 2011
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