OH YUM! Thank you so much for sharing this recipe. My husband is on a restricted sodium diet and I’ve been searching FOR MONTHS for a good, low sodium biscuit! This is it! Here’s what I did: to the 2 C. flour and 1 T. sugar I used 2 t. low sodium baking powder (I’m going to purchase no sodium baking powder next!), ½ t. no sodium baking soda, ¼ t. salt, 4 T. buttermilk powder, substituted water for the milk and used cold, unsalted butter instead of shortening. I figured that with the yield of 6 biscuits, each one has approximately 261 mg. of sodium. I didn’t really knead the dough either – just sort of patted it together on a floured counter, using flour as needed so the dough wouldn’t stick. Don’t know why I didn’t think of this before…take a good basic biscuit recipe and simply reduce the salt, etc.! Simply GOOD!!!
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OH YUM! Thank you so much for sharing this recipe. My husband is on a restricted sodium diet...