"These biscuits are moist and crumbly and rich. Their delicate texture comes from the lack of handling and the wetness of the dough." — TAUREDHEL
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These biscuits are wonderful. I have made them several times and they are fluffy and have an unbeatable flavor. I am unsure why others have given this recipe so little credit, but one suggestion is to turn the oven temp down so the bottoms don't burn. Also, you could half the sugar but other than that these are so good!
I followed the recipie carefully. They came out very flat and I dont like the taste. They are much too sweet and doughy for Buttermilk Biscuits
I guess the one person who didn't like these biscuits scared everyone from trying them. I think the recipe is great.
Very good recipe . I don't use a cookie sheet pan , my mom taught me to cook them in a cake pan...this forces them to rise and not flatten out like cookies
Excellent biscuit! I have been using this recipe since 1998. However, I use 2 T. of sugar, 1 c. of buttermilk and 1/3 c. of cream. Place all-purpose flour in a flat dish, scoop sticky dough onto flour, dust and pick up in hand and form biscuit. Handle very little. Place biscuits next to each other TOUCHING in greased pan! Brush with melted butter when removing from oven.
Use the shaping instructions from Johnnies Bisciuts on this site, These biscuits are very light and fluffy and sweet. I'll use them for shortcakes next time I want strawberry shortcake for dessert . I'd reduce the sugar to 1 to 2 Tbsp for dinner biscuits.
These biscuits were delish, I made them for lunch to serve as the outer of our sausage and egg sandwich and both my husband and his friend couldn't get over how moist and tasty they were. I also found the recipe very easy to follow although I did use regular flour with some baking powder added. I will definitely be making these again.
I LOVE THIS RECEIPE I NOW MAKE IT QUIT OFTEN!!!!!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Buttermilk Biscuits II
Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 283
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