How to make southern style 7-up biscuits

How to make southern style 7-up biscuits

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Preheat oven to 450 degrees Fahrenheit.

Measure Bisquick into a mixing bowl.

Add sour cream.

Add 7-up.

Look how bubbly! Fun!Mix well.

It will make a soft, yet sticky, dough.

On a clean surface, sprinkle a generous amount of flour (more than what's shown.)

Flour a rolling pin.

Roll out dough and cut into squares. If you like circular biscuits you can use a cookie cutter instead. As a REALLY helpful tip, roll the dough in flour BEFORE using rolling pin to avoid a mess.

Melt butter in a separate bowl.

Pour butter in a large baking dish.

Add dough squares to butter. You will notice the two in the upper right corner are thinner and straighter. That's because I rolled the excess dough on additional flour and cut more squares.

Add biscuits to oven and bake for 12-14 minutes to desired browning. I cut so many biscuits, I needed two pans! (Which meant another 1/4c of butter in a separate pan.)

Remove from baking dish. Serve and enjoy!

Watch the video: 7up biscuits (July 2022).


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