Wednesday, November 14, 2007

Easy Three Ingredient Layered Biscuits

Yours Truly in the "required" apron..:P
Alrighty...So here is the promised recipe with pictures...Now I'll give you the recipe and instructions all at once, instead of spread out with all the pictures, makes for an easier read I think.....
Three Ingredient Flaky Biscuits
1 stick butter
2 cups self-rising flour
1/2 cup milk
Preheat oven to 350*F. Melt 1/2 tablespoons
butter, and mix with the flour and milk.
If dough is dry and crumbly, add more milk until it holds together, but is not sticky when touched. Flour your surface(here I suggest using a large cookie sheet(it speeds clean up time) and tip your dough out onto it. press your dough to about 1/2in thick and butter one half. repeat this step until your butter is all gone. One final time press out to a thickness of about 3/4in (or the height of your biscuit cutter)
and press out your biscuits. Place 2in apart on a greased cookie sheet. Bake for 18 minutes or until golden.

Alrighty, so this is too narrow to post pictures side by side..I apologize for the REALLY long post, but I wanted to show step-by-step pictures...
~The Bella Modiste~


Autumn said...

Great job Naomi!
Next I want you to put a tutorial up on how to cut up a chicken.
My daughter wants to know how and we never think of it when she's here.

Knitting_bean said...

I'm seeing a pattern here with three ingredients... Maybe you should write a special cook book! Definitely gotta try the recipe... -Becca

Bonne said...

I love how you layer the butter in there~never would have though to.
How can a person get so excited over biscuit-making, but I AM !! LOL Great tut! hugs, Bonne

knitting bean said...

Well look at you little Martha Stewart - or is that little Paula Deen! You've got to get a cookbook/sewing book out there! Love the apron!

Anonymous said...

Those would sure go good with Thanksgiving dinner!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
My sweet # 1 Grandaughter

Gracehoper said...

Just in time for Thanksgiving. Thanks!

Bella Modiste said...

Grace, hope if you made them, they turned out yummy for you too!
~The Bella Modiste~

BeeMore said...

This is one of my fav five biscuit recipes, especially for sausage egg biscuits in the morning.