We really liked these but I had to add more buttermilk to make them of the "dropping" consistency as they were way to dry otherwise. When they came out of the oven I brushed them with melted butter with a tad bit of garlic powder added. Other than the dryness issue, these were really good!
I gave this recipe three chances, thinking it was user error the first two times (I was doubling and thought I missed an ingredient somewhere). I gave it a shot again after the first two because of the reviews posted here and again they were bland and dry. I followed the recipe exactly as written. DH, who eats anything, didn't care for them either. Sorry... can't try these again.
Mmmm!!! SO good! Thanks so much for this wonderful recipe, Camzmom!
We liked these, so I made them twice, and the 2nd time used 1/2 whole wheat flour, and cut the salt in half. Then added 1/2 t. garlic powder, and 1/4 t. Old Bay Seasoning. The first pan I used made them nice and crusty. Thanks for a good recipe.
excellent we really enjoyed them.We used montery jack instead of cheddar.Also used a parm and romano mix.They are very tastey.Thanks for sharing the recipe.
This recipe was quick and easy. I made a pot of goulash and wanted something to go with it. I'm glad I found the recipe. Thanks
Very tasty, ate 4 in 30 minutes out of the oven YUM ...am freezing the remainder... Thanks for posting and being my PAC06-Sprg. newbie. Hugs, Caroline
These biscuits are quick to make and tastey, and it's made with ingredients I usually have on hand, thanks sharing.