Cut out shapes using a 9cm biscuit cutter
, or use the rim of a small glass and peel away the leftover dough around the edges.
Cut out 10cm/4in circles using a large biscuit cutter
then press circles into buttered sections of a 12-hole deep muffin tin.
TOAD-IN-THE-HOLE Makes 6 servings INGREDIENTS 6 slices of bacon * 1 teaspoon vegetable oil * 3-inch biscuit cutter
* 6 slices of bread * 3 tablespoons butter, at room temperature* 6 large eggs * 6 tablespoons freshly grated Parmesan cheese * 1/2 teaspoon fresh thyme leaves * Salt and black pepper * 2 tablespoons chopped fresh chives DIRECTIONS 1.
The sharp edges of your chef's knife, bench scraper or biscuit cutter
and a straight-down (no twisting!) cutting motion contribute to tall biscuits.
5 Using a scone or biscuit cutter
, cut the dough into small rounds.
Remove the top sheet of paper and, using a 5.5cm biscuit cutter
, cut 20 rounds from the dough, re-rolling if necessary.
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DOUBLE-DECKER RASPBERRY COOKIES INGREDIENTS (MAKES 20) 250g plain flour; 100g icing sugar; 200g salted butter, at room temperature; 2 medium egg yolks; 1 tsp vanilla essence; 100g raspberry jam; 50g fresh raspberries; 6/7cm biscuit cutter
; a little extra flour METHOD: 1.
or a knife, cut out 8 circles, re-rolling dough if needed (but no more than twice).
5 Honeycomb Studio and Heirloomed collaborated to bring a modern twist to traditional kitchen staples like the Ceramic biscuit Cutter
Butter both sides of each slice of bread, then cut a large heart (or circle) out of the centre of one slice using a knife or biscuit cutter
. Place the slices of bread, including the cut-out piece, into the frying pan and cook for 2 mins until golden.
The dough can be rolled and cut with a biscuit cutter
, or dropped from a spoon.