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12-31-2013, 04:10 AM
Buttermilk Biscuits Recipe

Biscuits were good but, as others have noted, the dough was very sticky, needed a large amount of flour added. I am certain the recipe usually requires 1/4 c of flour to be added when dough has been folded and rolled into 1/2 inch disk, but, the dough is indeed sticky, this can be difficult, if not impossible.

I would personally strongly suggest adding extra flour to dough while dough is still in bowl. Once dough is workable, now not sticky, transfer it with a dusted flour surface to roll and cut.

Biscuits had nice flavor once consistency achieved in dough but the recipe is written poorly. Thus, only 2 http://www.parlee.com/firm/ugg.html stars. If you are more exacting cooking (baking, I like a recipe during which I don must make modifications.

Finding great biscuits isn't easy. Neither is finding good biscuits. I could bunches of recipes, and cracked the category, nonetheless recipe took me with a completely new plane. These biscuits are the best I ever made or eaten.

I too used all-purpose flour, upping the baking powder to at least one teaspoon, and also the baking soda to 1/4 t.

For celebration, I made two batches simultaneously. One aided by the cake flour, also, the other with simply all-purpose flour. And the cake flour batch rose somewhat more, the flavor and texture was near identical. That they were crusty at the base, buttery and moist, research sour wood honey, that are incredible! Froze a couple of each over night, baked for 18 minutes the next http://www.asmara.nl/ug7.html morning, so they were just as good as when fresh. The next time, I aim leading them to be slightly thicker, but, I'd say my ナイキ スニーカー 人気 (http://www.asmara.nl/aj6.html) pursuit of an ideal biscuit is more than. Thanks Emeril!

Served today, family loved them. These recipe is usually a keeper!

I conducted transform a tad. Had cake flour but is not selfrising so used regular allpurpose flour increased baking powder to at least whole teaspoon, soda to 1/4 tea.