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Fry Canned Biscuits In A Skillet For A Twist On The Breakfast Classic
Instead of following the oven-bake instructions on the packaging, try frying your canned biscuits in butter to keep the texture and flavor interesting.
To fry canned biscuit dough, separate the biscuits into individual pieces. Then, melt butter on a griddle, in a frying pan, or a cast iron skillet, and add the biscuits.
Flip them once they show a golden brown hue, fry the other side, and transfer to a paper towel to absorb excess oil. You can also fry in vegetable oil, shortening, or bacon grease.
For best results, opt for canned biscuit dough bearing descriptors like "homestyle" or "Southern." The "flaky" biscuits lose some of their structural integrity during the fry.