Post by cuteascountry_Shortcake on Oct 22, 2004 21:46:30 GMT -6
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Posts: 1 Re: "BISQUICK" (and LOTS of recipes included) « Reply #5 on: Oct 18th, 2004, 12:27pm » <br> I'm not sure if I am using this site correctly so bear with me .
I've been looking for an old bisquick recipe called "Portugese Doughnuts". I made it all the time when my girls were young. You prepare a batter and dip chunks of bread in it and fry. I guess it wouldn't hurt just to use the pancake recipe. Does anyone have that recipe in their archives?
Ingredients : 2 c. Bisquick baking mix (dry) 1 c. milk 1 egg 1 tsp. lemon or vanilla extract 4 slices white bread, cut into 36 pieces Sugar
Preparation : Heat oil to 375 degrees F. (I use electric fry pan). Stir batter ingredients together. Dip bread squares into batter. Fry in oil until brown on both sides. Drain on paper towel. Roll in sugar. Serve hot.
Thanks so much for the recipe. I made them at my daughters this weekend and it was just the way I remembered them. I also had a little batter leftover and dipped some sliced bananas instead of the bread. Ymmmm! So now I'll being making both.
Post by whisperingpass on Jan 19, 2005 10:17:33 GMT -6
Oh Thank You Thank You for this recipe. I have been trying to find out this one for years. As a very young child my German Nanny made this for all of us kids and we loved it. She called it Good Girl Donuts or Good Boy Donuts. She only made them when we were very good brats for her. (P.S. I am the eldest of 8 kids.) When she passed on so did the recipe, now I have it and can make it for my kids . Thank You Lynn