Still in search of the perfect buttermilk biscuits. These ones are the best so far. Served with honey, cinnamon butter in honor of Texas Roadhouse. Which for some reason is still the best roll and and honey cinnamon butter combination I’ve had at a restaurant. Don’t you agree? These biscuits are big, soft, and have just the perfect crumb to them. Biscuits are also far easier to make than rolls, but I hardly think to do it. Not to mention, I’ve made a few hard and dry biscuits in my time, so sometimes I worry they will turn out like that again. But never fear, we’ve practiced these over and over and they turn out perfect every time!
What Can You Substitute For Buttermilk?
For each cup of buttermilk, you can use 1 tablespoon of white vinegar or lemon juice plus enough milk to measure 1 cup.
Or, you can also use 1 cup of plain yogurt or 1-3/4 teaspoons cream of tartar plus 1 cup milk.
What Is The Difference Between Cake Flour And All-Purpose?
Cake flour is a finely milled, delicate flour with a low protein content.
Cake flour is usually bleached.
How Long Will Buttermilk Biscuits Keep?
Buttermilk biscuits will keep for days at room temperature.
They should be covered or stored in a plastic storage bag.
- 1 Cup all-purpose flour Unbleached
- 1 Cup Cake flour
- 2 Teaspoons Baking powder
- 1/2 Teaspoon Baking Soda
- 1 Teaspoon Sugar
- 1/2 Teaspoon Salt
- 8 Tablespoons butter 1 stick Cold Unsalted, cut into 1/4 inch cubes
- 3/4 Cup buttermilk or 3/4 cup plus 2 tablespoons plain yogurt, Cold
- Adjust oven rack to middle and heat to 450.
- Place the flours, baking powder, baking soda, sugar, and salt in a large bowl or food processor fitted with a metal blade.
- Whisk, or process ingredients together.
- Cut in the butter until it resembles coarse meal with a few slightly larger bumps.
- Stir in buttermilk with a rubber spatula or fork until it forms a soft, slightly sticky ball.
- In a food processor, remove cover and pour in buttermilk evenly over flour.
- Process until it forms moist clumps.
- Transfer the dough to a lightly floured surface and quickly form into a rough ball. Be careful to not overmix.
- Using a sharp knife, divide the dough into quarters and then each quarter into thirds.
- Quickly and gently shape into a rough ball.
- Place on ungreased baking sheet (this can be refrigerated for up to 2 hours)
- Bake until tops are light brown, 10-12 min.
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