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Looking for a Brisket Recipe

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I am new at this and have to cook for my wife for she is no long able to, I would like to make some biscuits for breakfast, does anyone have a very good recipe for briskets?

 

Does one need a biscuits pan?

What type of flour do you use?

I feel that home made biscuits  are better for you.

 

What I like to do is take a biscuits and cut it in half and put a egg and cheese and bacon or sausage pattie and mushrooms in them.


Edited by nhoj - 12/13/14 at 6:13am
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A brisket is a large piece of beef weighing 6 or 7 pounds. I'm sure you must mean biscuits. You don't need a special pan. You bake them on a baking sheet or cookie sheet. They get their shape from rolling out the dough and cutting them with a special cutter or an upside down glass. I just make square ones using a knife.

 

There are different types of biscuits. Some are fluffy, some flaky, some made with buttermilk. Using different types of flour and fat give many different results. Here's an easy standard recipe using all purpose flour.

 

http://www.bettycrocker.com/recipes/gold-medal-classic-biscuits/1e6f1425-0362-4782-893e-3b2930003193

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