Prep 10 mins
Cook 10 mins
These are fast, easy and tasty. I found the recipe in the Chicago Sun-Times but it's originally from 'Entertaining 1-2-3 by Rozanne Gold. It just serves 2 so, obviously, double or triple if needed.
- Place flour in a small bowl.
- Make a well and add olive oil and milk and stir until blended and soft dough is formed.
- Add more or less milk to adjust consistency.
- Do not overwork or biscuits will be tough.
- Drop soft dough from spoon onto baking sheet coated with nonstick cooking spray.
- Bake in a preheated 400-degree oven until golden, about 10 minutes.
I didn't really care for these. They didn't have alot of taste and came out too dry but hubby said he liked them. Thanks for sharing.
I thought these were just ok. I would give them 3 stars for taste, but I added a star based on how fast and easy they are. Good for a quick bread to go with a weeknight dinner. It seemed like they needed a flavor boost though--without butter they were sort of heavy and tasteless. Maybe some garlic and oregano? I will make again, but will try to find ways to liven them up a bit.
These are delicious. Instead of making drop biscuits, I patted the dough out lightly and cut with the rim of a cup. I got 3 biscuits. I did have to add another tablespoon of milk. Thanks, we loved them