Angel Biscuits

"From Vegetarian Times, biscuits made with yeast so that they're light and flavourful. I've edited this recipe a bit to include RecipeBaroness' suggestions. The buttermilk should be warm rather than room temperature and a bit of the sugar should be added to the buttermilk."
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Ready In:
12 buiscuits




  • Add yeast and 1 tsp of the sugar to the warmed buttermilk and stir until dissolved.
  • Combine flour, sugar and salt in large bowl. Blend butter into flour mixture until it resembles coarse meal (Use fingers, two knives or pastry blender).
  • Add buttermilk mixture to flour mixture, and stir until soft dough forms (You may need to add more buttermilk to make dough hold together).
  • Lightly flour work surface and rolling pin. Knead dough 8 or 9 times, or until smooth. Roll dough to 1/2-inch thickness, and cut into 3-inch circles.
  • Coat baking sheet with cooking spray.
  • Place biscuits on baking sheet, cover with clean kitchen towel and let rise 20 minutes. Preheat oven to 400°F.
  • Bake 12 to 14 minutes, or until biscuits are pale brown.
  • Time to make doesn't include the 20 minute rising time.

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  1. I loved these Biscuits! I did how ever warm the Butter milk up on the stove just a little before I added the yeast and the dough rose just fine! the texture and flavor were great! I'll make these again! thanks for a great recipe!
  2. Well it took me two tries at this and I'll be the first to say I'm Biscuit challenged. I think the problems I had were with the buttermilk and yeast mixture. I don't ever think the buttermilk got warm enough. I let them sit for about an hour before baking and they didn't rise at all. Didn't do much in the oven either. The outside was a little tough but the inside was great. I only got about 6 biscuits from this recipe. Thanks
  3. These were easy enough but didn't rise very well. The consistancy is more like a roll than a biscuit, but still a very tasty bread.



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