By now, you probably know that the world’s most famous biscuits, Fluffy Puff Pasties, have long been a staple of British breakfast sandwiches.
However, it’s the biscuit-like biscuits you’ve never heard of that are really special.
You may have never heard them mentioned at all before.
The biscuits, known as Flying Biscuits, are the work of James Hinchcliffe and were introduced to the UK by British chef, John Williams.
In fact, Flying Biches were introduced in the United States and Canada by Williams.
The biscuit is shaped like a large balloon with a hole in the middle.
Flying Bics are typically made with a flour-based dough, which is then rolled out in a doughnut shape and baked.
Fluffy biscuits are also popular in the US, but the recipe is much easier to make at home.
This recipe will make three biscuits, but you can also make up to eight, and can also use leftover biscuits.
It’s best to roll your doughnuts out in the centre of a sheet of greaseproof paper and place the biscuits in the paper, using as many biscuit holes as you like.
The more holes you have, the more you can roll the doughnuts.
Place your doughnut doughnuts on a baking sheet, using a large sheet of parchment paper.
Bake the biscuits for 10 minutes at 300C/425F/gas mark 6, until golden brown.
Remove from the oven, leaving the biscuts to cool for a couple of minutes before removing them to a wire rack.
When the biscuits are cool, place them on a cooling rack, covered with foil.
To make your own Fluffy Biscuit doughnuts, use a pastry bag to make two rounds of doughnuts and place a small hole in one round.
Place another small hole into the second round and bake for another minute at 400C/430F/ gas mark 6.
Once baked, place a round of biscuits onto a baking tray lined with baking parchment and sprinkle with salt and pepper.
Roll the biscuits into the doughnut shapes and bake until golden and crispy, about 25-30 minutes.