biscuit cutter

biscuit cutter

[′bis·kət ′kəd·ər]
(mining engineering)
A short (6-8 inches or 15-20 centimeters) core barrel that is sharpened at the bottom and forced into the rocks by the jars.
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Using a biscuit cutter, cut dough into rounds and place onto prepared baking sheet.
5cm (3in) circles with a plain or fluted biscuit cutter and press into 12 hole buttered muffin tin.
3 Use a biscuit cutter (or a small bowl or large mug) to cut out rounds of pastry, just bigger than how big you want your tarts to be.
Cut with floured 2-inch biscuit cutter, leaving as little dough between cuts as possible.
Press the mixture onto a baking tray until it is about 2cm thick, then cut out using a biscuit cutter to the shape you want.
Use a round biscuit cutter that fits just inside the springform pans to cut 8 rounds from the sheets of pasta.
Roll biscuit dough to 1/2-inch thickness; cut dough with a 2-inch biscuit cutter.
Cut the dough into rounds with a floured three-inch biscuit cutter.
Cut 3-inch rounds with a biscuit cutter or form into patties with your hands.
Cut with at least a 2" biscuit cutter cutting straight down without twisting, flouring the cutter each time if necessary.
Using a round 2- to 2 1/2-inch biscuit cutter, cut as many dough rounds as possible, pressing straight dawn and lifting the cutter straight up without twisting.