WOW!! Wonderful OH so Wonderful. these are definitely a 10, on the rating scale. Not only are they delicious, they are so easy to make and eat. I did substitute 1/2 cup of wheat flour, they were equally delicious. Next time I will try 100% wheat flour. I also only had almond milk (sweetened) and a lime, which worked great, and this is recipe so easily adaptable as I'm finding out. Thank you.. x 10, this one is a WINNER. I also posted a picture of my results! Gotta' go and make another batch...
I give this recipe all 5 stars. Biscuits were light, crust delicatly crumbly but next time I will bake them a little bit longer for more golden color. I used Convection Microwave oven on 180C for 15 min. I followed recipe and from my experience, if others did not achieve perfect result, they must overhandeled dough. I will share this recipe in good faith as you did.
I gave this recipe 3 stars because it is probably very good for a vegan biscuit. It certainly doesn't compare to or taste like my regular buttermilk biscuits. I made these only because I had a vegan friend staying with us and wanted to make her comfortable. She loved them (I think, perhaps she was just being polite) but my family could barely finish one. Again, that might be because they are spoilt by my regular ones.
The best vegan biscuits I have ever made. They are amazing. :) So easy to make.
YUMMO! These biscuits were very tasty! And in addition to that they were easy to make and looked beautiful! The only changes I made were to use oat milk in place of the soy milk cause I cant have soy and to add some dried dill to the batter. And somehow I had problems slicing biscuits from a log so I changed methods and cut them with a glass. They still rose nicely! Thanks so much for sharing this lovely recipe with us, MellyLou! Ill definitely make it again! Made and reviewed for one of my babies in PAC Fall 09.
These were AWESOME! This was my first attempt at making biscuits, and it was easier than I expected. I liked your method of rolling a log and slicing instead of rolling dough out flat and cutting with a cookie cutter. It seems like a much easier method. I did have to coat the dough and my hands with flour, though, because it was rather sticky. Thanks for posting. I will definitely make this again!
Okayy..well Ithink I did something wrong because they looked like scones. BUT, They were delicious! can you give me a cornbread recipe?