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Covert Ops | Oct 27, 200606:07 PM     10

I was looking at this recipe http://food.southernliving.com/southe... and in the comments someone said they didn't have flour, baking soda/powder and substituted Bisquick low-fat pancake mix.

Now, I rarely bake and have a very small kitchen ATM, and don't have any flour. I do, however, have lots of Bisquick, as DH loves biscuits and I use it for breading in chicken fried steak.

Is it feasible to substitute Bisquick for flour and/or baking powder/soda? What IS Bisquick anyway? If I have to go out and buy baking powder I might as well buy flour, so I'm looking for something that would sub for all three. . .

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