I had to fold a small towel several times in order to get a good grip on the pan. As I pulled out the pan, a few of my fingers touched the extremely hot pan. "Ouch!" I had just burned my hand on the first day of work. :(
"Ouch, that hurts!"
I open the oven door and to my surprise, the biscuits were flat. My trainer and coworker, Chris, told me that I had rolled the biscuit dough too hard and that resulted in having flat biscuits. Unfortunately, I had to throw them away and start over.
You rolled the biscuits too hard Justin.
On the days that I was off from work, I looked up “How To Make Bojangles’ Biscuits.” I watched how other biscuit makers from around the United States made the biscuits and began to take notes so that I could make my biscuits better.
I put on my oven mitts and said a quick prayer hoping that my biscuits would be good. I open the oven door and the biscuits were perfectly even and golden-brown! I take them out and smother them with butter. I hear the sizzle of the butter when it hit the pan and that’s when I knew that I did something right.
Wow! My biscuits look so good!
Your biscuits look really good Justin!
Some of which even wanted to speak to me directly and tell me how much they enjoyed the biscuits. It was from that moment on that I knew that I had finally mastered the art of making Bojangles’ Biscuits!