Fried Biscuit

Served under a snowstorm of powdered sugar, a deep-fried biscuit looks like a beignet. But it weighs twice as much and has a different character altogether, more like dense pound cake than the fluffy biscuit it used to be. It’s not a common dish. We found it northwest of Atlanta, Georgia, in a breakfast shack that also offered deep-fried cinnamon rolls.

Restaurants With This Dish

Mountain Biscuits
Tall, gnarled-top light gold biscuit
Biscuit Head


Alabama Biscuit Co.


Joe Huber’s Family Farm & Restaurant



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