Great Food Eats (GFE from now on) ft. French Toast Biscuits (B.I)
Hey guys, so I've always wanted to do something on cooking/baking and now I am. This recipe can be found on webtoons.com search Cooking Comically. All rights are his. Today's recipe is French Toast Biscuits. French Toast is pretty good and it's fast right? French Toast Biscuits are even better. The biscuit gives more flavor due to the buttery texture and golden bottom. It also goes very well with powdered sugar and maple syrup. Also the recipe is really simple too. Be sure to check out this dude. He has other great recipes which I hope I can try out soon and share them on here. Below is today's recipe.
Biscuit: you can use premade biscuits bit come on homemade is better.
Homemade way: His recipe will give you a different recipe but both of our ways are good. Feel free to experiment on your own with your own biscuit recipes.
1 3/4 cups of all purpose flour
2 1/2 teaspoons of baking powder
1 teaspoon of salt
Stir this in a bowl.
Add in 3 to 6 tablespoons of butter. Use a pastry blender (a fork will work but it'll be harder) and knead the butter into the dough. Don't do it too much. You should have little chunks of butter left over.
1 1/2-2/3 cups of milk
Add this to your dough mixture. If your dough is too wet, add some flour. Mix real well.
Dump your dough on to a floured counter. Roll it out with a rolling pin. Don't go too flat. Have it be sort of thick. Use a biscuit cutter or an glassware to cut circles out of the dough. Don't twist! Place circles on a baking sheet. No tinfoil or parchment paper needed. Bake at 400 for 8 mins or until golden brown.
2 or 3 eggs
Some cinnamon- whatever amount you want. Always go small first and then increase.
2 tablespoons of milk
1 teaspoon of vanilla.
Mix all of these together in a separate bowl.
Biscuits should be done. Cut them in half and coat each half back and front with the egg mixture. Place on a buttered gridle or skillet and flip on both sides until done. Place on dish with a helping of powder sugar and maple syrup. He also suggested strawberries and whip cream but that's your call.
I hope you liked this. Thanks for reading this and once again please check out his cooking comic strip on webtoons.com/cooking comically