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Virginia85

Santo Domingo, DO
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Recent Reviews


Re:Flaky Cheese Biscuits

Mmmm... YUM! This biscs are the bomb.. The amount of baking powder is just right. One adjustment I made is that I used less cheese than it called for. Just about a cup or so. Also, I baked them at 190C for about 25-30min. The garlic at the end gives them that boost in flavor that just makes you want to eat the whole sheet. Total hit.


Posted: 09:08 pm on April 26th 2016

Re:Southern Buttermilk Biscuits

I tried this recipe after a previous failed attempt at making biscuits. Here's my experience with making these.When I mixed in the buttermilk with the dry ingredients I noticed that my dough was just too wet and not workable yet. I went into a little bit of panic because last time I added a whole lot more flour than what the recipe called for and my biscuits came out dry and hard.But, I knew this dough wasn't going to work unless I added more flour. So I did. About 1/4 cup or so of extra flour. After that the dough came along nicely.I rolled the dough like I saw her do in the video and from then on it was all magic. I put them on a greased skillet and popped them in the oven.I baked them for about 30 minutes and, although they were not too brown, the texture and flavor were there.They rose nice and fluffy. It was everything I was looking for. KFC quality.The only downside is the baking powder. You can taste it a lot in the biscuits. Next time I will try adding a little less and see if my biscuits still rise nice and fluffy.Also, mine got sticked together. But I didn't really care much about that. They were still pretty good.


Posted: 08:33 am on November 26th 2015