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How to Make Buttermilk Biscuits – Easy Buttermilk Biscuits Recipe


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  2. hahahha, it’s what is left over after churning butter, hence the name buttermilk. You must have it confused with cheese milk, hahaha

  3. You MUST be from the south! I’m an Alabama girl myself, and I’m thinking these would be awesome with some chocolate gravy! Man, I miss my grandma’s cookin!

    But I still have Granny Tempie’s cast iron skillets, and they are THREE GENERATIONS seasoned!!! Can’t get better than that!

  4. You can make your own buttermilk, darlin. It’s easy. Just add a tablespoon of white vinegar or lemon juice to a cup of regular milk and let it stand for about five minutes. And you’ll have buttermilk biscuits in no time! Enjoy! :)

  5. Yes, regular milk works just fine. They just won’t have quite the same taste. But they’ll still be good. :)

  6. I was so excited to see this video! I’m a southerner, and as you know, we take our biscuits very seriously! I make mine just about the same way, but I use sweet milk (regular milk) instead of buttermilk, and I use shortening instead of butter. I’m sure yours are delicious. I just make them the way my grandma taught me. I am cracking up at all these people flippin cause there’s no measurements. That’s just how we cook down here. And y’all need to try these biscuits with some chocolate gravy!!!

  7. @LiveLaughLove51894 …maybe the term “hamburger” was coined in the USA? but i think the basic premise for the burger – ground beef, bread crumbs, egg – was european..i could be wrong though – i was just speaking from what i believe is a hunch :)

  8. I’m from the South and I use measurements unless I know a recipe really well, so that’s probably just you.

    Also, the measurements are on his website.

  9. @KWalsh554….yeah, it must just be the way I was taught. It used to frustrate me when mama and grandma were trying to teach me to cook, because they’d say “Just a pinch of this” or “A fair amount of that” or “A whole lot of the other”…I was like “And how much is THAT????”. LOL So, I learned what I call “mama measurements” just by sight. *shrug* Everyone’s got their own way. :o)

  10. thatbastardson

    @sprinklies1 the first hamburger was made in hamburg, germany.

  11. I’m from the south (Florida) But unfortunately, we don’t have the traditional Collard greens, pies, fried chicken, or biscuits. All we have is Seafood! I’ll definitely be making this!

  12. thanx this is easy

  13. Can i add pecans to the dough?

  14. Im from Tennessee, and here you MUST use WHITE LILY self-rising flour and clover leaf LARD.

  15. xdeathisrighttherex

    What if we don’t have a pastry cutter? Any alternatives?

  16. 4MidnightBreeze

    you can use two knives, cross them like an X flat against eachother, hold the handles and saw outwards away from eachother, still touching and repeat…hope that doesnt sound confusing!

    Or you could do it the old fashion way and do it by hand. Make sure the butter is cold and not too soft, break up into peices and pinch into the flour.

    or just buy a pastry cutter =)

  17. xdeathisrighttherex

    @4MidnightBreeze WOW! the knife method WORKS!

    thanks so much :D! My biscuits turned out amazing!

  18. use a glass

  19. @xdeathisrighttherex a cup works well thats what i use

  20. you can use a potato masher too-it’s thicker but works fine.

  21. Hoenemeyergirl

    you mus make more desserts without chocolate!

  22. put the dry ingredients and the cold butter in a food processor and pulse for a few seconds until the fat is the size of peas

  23. 4MidnightBreeze

    No problem, Your welcome! =)

  24. I don’t have a cutter either so I just cut squares with a sharp knife. It leaves no waste and I find it much easier.

  25. use a drinling glass

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