Bisquick also has a fat in it, so if you are just mixing up flour and baking powder/soda together then you are making a paste/glue when you add a liquid (like paper mache). Do a google search for homemade bisquick recipes and tons will pop up. It will be a mix of flour, baking poweder, makybe b. soda, some salt and sugar, either a veg shortening which will make the mix shelf stable, or butter and you'll have to store it in the fridge. The mix comes together really easily and tastes much better.
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3/22/12 9:00 A
Wow, good option. Thanks for sharing.
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15,451 3/19/12 12:51 P
I dont even know what bisquick is!
but surely making dumplings isnt that hard? Look up a new recipe using actual flour? add more water if they are too stodgy and thick right now?
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1,562 3/19/12 12:31 A
My hubby is anti-bisquick, saying it's just flour with baking powder in it. I became anti-ingredient after that, and become so UN-enomorded with his method that I don't use it much.
Whenever I ask him to mix up a batch of bisquick, I'm left with this sticky mass that won't drop from a spoon and can't be thinned down. How am I supposed to throw 6 spoonfuls of dumpling into my traditional stew when the entire thing clings unless I throw the entire mass with enough force to splash half of the soup out of a tall pot?
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