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After having some problems initiallsome problems initially, I managed to get my "cream biscuits" to rise by measuring the ingredients correctly according to this recipe.

However, after 15 minutes of baking, the inside is a little bit under-cooked. It still tastes good and is light and fluffy but I felt it could have been cooked more.

Should I simply leave it in the oven longer? Or am I doing something wrong that could cause the inside to be not-so-cooked?

After having some problems initially, I managed to get my "cream biscuits" to rise by measuring the ingredients correctly according to this recipe.

However, after 15 minutes of baking, the inside is a little bit under-cooked. It still tastes good and is light and fluffy but I felt it could have been cooked more.

Should I simply leave it in the oven longer? Or am I doing something wrong that could cause the inside to be not-so-cooked?

After having some problems initially, I managed to get my "cream biscuits" to rise by measuring the ingredients correctly according to this recipe.

However, after 15 minutes of baking, the inside is a little bit under-cooked. It still tastes good and is light and fluffy but I felt it could have been cooked more.

Should I simply leave it in the oven longer? Or am I doing something wrong that could cause the inside to be not-so-cooked?

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"Cream Biscuit" a little raw in the middle

After having some problems initially, I managed to get my "cream biscuits" to rise by measuring the ingredients correctly according to this recipe.

However, after 15 minutes of baking, the inside is a little bit under-cooked. It still tastes good and is light and fluffy but I felt it could have been cooked more.

Should I simply leave it in the oven longer? Or am I doing something wrong that could cause the inside to be not-so-cooked?