A biscuit is a flour-based baked food product. The main ingredients for biscuit making are flours, sugars, and fats. To these ingredients, various small ingredients may be added for leavening, flavor, and texture. The principal ingredient of biscuits is wheat flour. Biscuits are made with both butter and shortenings. The butter version rises the highest — look at those flaky layers! The shortening biscuit is slightly shorter and a bit drier, too. Butter contains a bit of water, which helps create steam and gives baked goods a boost. Biscuits are available both sweet and salty.
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