Fresh Southern Buttermilk Biscuits
This recipe for Fresh Southern Buttermilk Biscuits presents a few twists and surprises that will help you to make the perfect Southern Buttermilk Biscuits for your family for dinner tonight. Buttermilk recipes how to make biscuits are especially great for breakfast served with some butter and jam. At lunch, you can eat buttermilk recipes healthy with salad or dunk them into soup. At dinner, this buttermilk recipes how to make is a good way to get people to the dinner table more quickly with the fresh scent of warm, homemade Southern Buttermilk Biscuits. And this recipe has some interesting ideas on how to make them perfect every time. Good biscuit recipes are surprisingly difficult to make. Fresh from the oven, just about any biscuit recipe is edible. After all, they are warm and smell terrific, and smothered with butter; they always taste delicious. The real test for a buttermilk biscuit recipe comes hours afterward to see if the biscuit recipe remains light, delicate and delicious. Many biscuit recipes do not survive this biscuit test. The following few ingredients and methods are sure to with good results. First, buttermilk is an excellent ingredient to use. Buttermilk is a liquid that helps to make bread tender, moist and light. At the same time, buttermilk's acidity can help the leavening agents rise better. Also, brown sugar is another ingredient used in this buttermilk recipes how to make that adds a depth of flavor and richness of color that white sugar does not have. Butter-flavored shortening is used in this buttermilk recipe along with some regular butter. Do not worry about the butter flavored part of the shortening, plain shortening will also work fine. The purpose of shortening is to ensure a great, light texture and plenty of flakiness in the biscuit recipe. And the amount of butter is sufficient that you will taste it instead of the shortening in the biscuit recipe. Self-rising flour works well in this biscuit recipe, as long as it is fresh, so make sure yours has not been sitting in the kitchen cabinet for six months. If the self-rising flour is stale, you will want to buy some fresh flour. The leavening agent in the flour does age, and that will negatively affect the outcome of these terrific biscuits. Given the ingredients in this buttermilk recipes how to make and recommendations on mixing and cutting, though, you can be assured of a great result.
Originally buttermilk recipes how to make was the liquid that was left over after butter was churned out of cream. The term buttermilk also refers to the range of fermented milk drink recipes that are popular and common in warmer climates. Buttermilk recipes how to make are popular in the Balkans, Turkey, the Middle East, Afghanistan, India, Nepal, Nicaragua and the Southern United States where unrefrigerated fresh milk is known to sour quickly. Buttermilk is also popular in colder climates, such as Scandinavia, the Netherlands, Ireland, Germany, Poland, Slovakia, Slovenia, Croatia and the Czech Republic. The nutritional value of buttermilk and buttermilk nutrition is high in calcium and protein, with lesser amounts of Vitamin A and Vitamin C.
Nutrition Facts for: Fresh Southern Buttermilk Biscuits from Divas Can Cook
Ingredients: All-purpose flour, salt, light brown sugar, buttermilk, heavy whipping cream, butter, shortening.
* The entire recipe has been calculated for 10 servings.
* Percentages (%) are based on a 2000 calorie diet
* Per Serving:Calories 191, Calories from Fat 89, Total Fat 9.9g 15%, Saturated Fat 5.3g 27%, Cholesterol 19mg 6%, Sodium 76mg 3%, Potassium 68mg 2%, Carbohydrates 22.0g 7%, Dietary Fiber 0.7g 3%, Sugars 3.0g, Protein 3.5g, Vitamin A 4, Vitamin C 1%, Calcium 4% , Iron 7%
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