Beaten biscuit

a hard, unleavened biscuit, made to rise by pounding and folding the dough.
Historical Examples

It is well not to have beaten biscuit and light bread baked at the same time, as they require different degrees of heat.
Housekeeping in Old Virginia Marion Cabell Tyree

Pie crust, hard cookies, and beaten biscuit are made of such dough.
Woman’s Institute Library of Cookery, Vol. 1 Woman’s Institute of Domestic Arts and Sciences

Molly interfered at this point and stopped Judys naughty mouth with a beaten biscuit.
Molly Brown’s Post-Graduate Days Nell Speed

But when she took up the pan of beaten biscuit she was puzzled to find that several were missing.
The Little Colonel Annie Fellows Johnston

“That’s all right,” answered Lloyd, tossing the olive stone out on the grass, and helping herself to a beaten biscuit.
The Little Colonel: Maid of Honor Annie Fellows Johnston

On this day, between the disks of her beaten biscuit showed the pinkness of sliced ham.
Emmy Lou George Madden Martin

Pile in the center of a dessert plate and surround with sticks or beaten biscuit.
The Laurel Health Cookery Evora Bucknum Perkins

Any of these dishes may be served as a second course at dinner with beaten biscuit with or without ripe olives.
The Laurel Health Cookery Evora Bucknum Perkins

There was beaten biscuit and fried chicken and iced watermelon, and all sorts of good things.
The Little Colonel: Maid of Honor Annie Fellows Johnston

Fried chicken and sweet potatoes, beaten biscuit and fragrant coffee, had a flavour all their own to Burns that night.
Red Pepper Burns Grace S. Richmond


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