A BISCUIT GIRL is giving a whole new meaning to the term “biscuits girl”.
In a series of delicious, simple baked goods inspired by her beloved ketchup-and-mustard biscuit recipes, one of the “bitch-in-waiting” biscuit makers in the community is baking delicious treats like cookies, muffins and cookies with a ketchup & mustard sauce.
Karin Luscombe, 25, is one of those who loves baking with a special kind of ketchup.
“Ketchup is like a glue that helps bind things together,” she said.
“It makes the biscuit taste so much better.”
Luscombe started her baking business in 2017, working in the kitchen at a local school.
“When I first got started I did a bit of housekeeping and did all the baking,” she laughed.
“But when I was working at school, I started baking with ketchups and I got to the point where I could cook the ketchup in the batter, and I’d put the ketchup in the flour, and it just made the biscuits taste so good.”
Now I bake for myself, but I bake them at home and I cook them in the oven.
“Luschenko’s biscuit making business has also been successful, with her biscuit business now growing to a whopping 40 members.
She said the biscuity business has been successful because she works with all sorts of different types of ingredients.”
Lusk’s biscuity, which Lusbourne describes as her “baking bible”, is made with a mixture of flour, ketchup sauce, and mustard. “
I’ve even made biscuits with a little bit of ketcha, and that was great.”
Lusk’s biscuity, which Lusbourne describes as her “baking bible”, is made with a mixture of flour, ketchup sauce, and mustard.
She uses it to make “bacon biscuits” for her customers, who are usually “pretty picky about the quality of the ingredients”.
“They’re not picky.
They’re not worried about the amount of kett, they’re not concerned about the flour.
They love the consistency of the biscuits,” she shared.
“If they have a bit more ketchup or a bit less mustard, they’ll eat it and say, ‘I like it better’.”
“I’ve got my own recipes and it’s not really an ‘easy biscuit’,” she added.
“They’re a bit like a ‘bitch in waiting’ biscuit.
You can do everything from biscuits to biscuits with kippies and mustard.”
The biscuit baker said that the recipe was developed after a “love-hate” relationship with biscuit baking.
“I started off baking with the biscuits and then I realised I didn’t like the biscuits as much as I thought I did.
It was the kippie, the mustard, the flour and the batter,” she recalled.
“The biscuits became a bit annoying.
“Now I’m really happy with the biscut, I’m so happy with them. “
They just seem so delicious.””
Now I’m really happy with the biscut, I’m so happy with them.
They just seem so delicious.”