These are great biscuits and easy to make. If I don't have buttermilk I substitute milk with a teaspoon of vinegar. That sours the milk just enough to replace buttermilk. Fresh strawberries, ice cream, and biscuits are my favorite.
I'm teaching myself how to bake & These were fun to make!!! i'm excited with how they turned out! they came out flaky and perfectly moist. thanks for the recipe!!
Awesome!!!! I fix them all the time.
I think it would have been good, but the biscuits had a funky taste/smell. After doing some research about baking powder, I learned that if you have too many other acidic ingredients it can cause the dry acids in the baking powder not to activate and leave the funky taste. This must be the problem with the pancakes I've been making. They have had the funky taste too. Next time I will go with wikipedia's recommendation of "one cup of flour, one egg, and one cup of buttermilk requires only Â½ teaspoon of baking powder". Thanks for the recipe though. Hopefully next time it will turn out better.
As I was reading through the recipe,I thought that it would be too much baking powder.But I made the recipe as written,and I'm glad I did:).I was only able to get eight biscuits, but that was o.k..I served these with Chicken Fried Steak,My Mashed Taters,and lima beans.These were very light and tender melt in your mouth biscuits,and they will be made again.Thank you for posting,and "Keep Smiling :)"
Delicious biscuits, light & feathery. Easy to make, tastes amazing. Thanks for sharing.
I have never had biscuits before, and these were the perfect first try. easy to make and tasted gorgeous. thank you
These were very easy and delicious. I hand formed them into biscuits and next time I will use a glass to get a prettier bisuit...but they tasted great!
Made these to have something easy on my poor tummy. I cooked mine in my iron skillet, always do with biscuits. Very golden and fluffy! Served with honey, butter and maple syrup. Thanks for the recipe!
Nice flavor and texture. Went great with PanNan's Cilantro Rice- to 'mop' up the sauce. Would be great with butter and jam or even soups/stews/