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- Add yeast to warm water. Add other ingredients and fold together. Let dough rise. Work into 2 inch biscuitpatties. The biscuits will continue to rise, but don't let them rise too high. Drop into hot fat.
- You can freeze bisquits individually and stored in plastic bags. The fat should be slightly hotter than 350° F.
- NOTE: If the fat gets too hot, the biscuits will sag in the center.
Servings: 7 dozen biscuits
Source: The Apple Barn and Cider Mill - Sevierville, TN
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