Soggy Biscuit or Bisikete Toni Recipe (share)

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We all have that day where no one wants to cook, or there isn’t anything else for breakfast that can be served “fast” as we all are running late. Or just pure laziness kicks in decided to stay. And the bright idea flashes before our eyes!  “Biscuit in tea?”

Buttered soaked breakfast crackers
Buttered soaked breakfast crackers

That’s right, one of the quickest breakfast and yet easy and tasty to eat is the soggy biscuit as some call it and in Fijian it is called “bisikete toni” which translated to soaked biscuit. It is still not know who came up with this idea, but it seems everyone else knows it.

This recipe is being highlighted as it has become a culture in Fiji. Culture by definition of pretty much majority of society are familiar with.

And yet it’s very simple, not sure it qualifies to be a recipe but never the less, the information is here for others who may not be aware of. Or want to find out something unique to Fiji.

Here is the recipe for Soggy Biscuit or Bisikete Toni. The recipe is in pictures so its very easy to follow along and everyone will not be lost following it. :))))

  1. Gather up some breakfast crackers.
Breakfast Crackers
Breakfast Crackers

 

2. Prepare a cup of tea.

A cup of tea
A cup of tea where it has enough room to soak the crackers

3. Soak breakfast crackers.

Soaking breakfast crackers or buiscuit
Soaking breakfast crackers or buiscuit

4. Take out breakfast cracker.

Soaked breakfast crackers
Soaked breakfast crackers

5. Spread butter on breakfast crackers.

Buttered soaked breakfast crackers
Buttered soaked breakfast crackers

 

Eat away!

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