I love this biscuit recipe! It's super quick and easy and you're sure to have all the ingredients on hand whenever you want them. :D

This is the baking powder version of Mark Bittman's buttermilk biscuit recipe. I love it so much I haven't even messed with it. It is pretty much foolproof!

Step 1: Ingredients

  • 2 cups all purpose flour
  • 4 tablespoons salted butter, cold
  • 4 teaspoons baking powder
  • 1/2 teaspoon salt
  • 3/4 cup + 2 tablespoons milk
This recipe used a food processor to mix up the biscuit dough. I'd recommend using a fairly large one - 7 cup capacity or bigger is best. :) This is the one I have at home.

Also, for cutting the biscuits into rounds, you can either use a biscuit cutter or a glass. I tend to use a glass at home, but we have these biscuit cutters in the fancy test kitchen. :D

Make sure to preheat your oven to 450 F before you get started!
<p>I stopped keeping butter in the refrigerator after I read it wasn't necessary. It is good for up to two weeks as long as you keep it covered. I keep one stick out at a time and it is gone before the 2 weeks is up. Hope this helps.</p>
<p>mmmmmm... biscuits....glahhahah</p>
excellent, yummy :)
Oh YUM! These reminds me of the *Mile High* biscuits I used make - I stacked two biscuits at a time (one on top of the other), then bake them. I also make honey-butter to put in between the biscuits when they come out - then I put a cooked chicken mixture I make over that (similar to a chicken dumpling recipe - but I don't like dumplings). This reminds me to make them again soon! Thanks for posting!
PS: I'm in the USA - My Southern relatives (Oklahoma) call them biscuits...lol
freeze the butter and grate it into the flour. makes a huge difference
They look cute; surely attractive on a breakfast table :)
they look just like scones to me, which we have with jam and clotted cream. I thought you only had them with gravy in the us
This might be a slightly silly question... But I'm Australian and have always wondered what biscuits are! What you call 'cookies' are what we call 'biscuits'...and it looks like what you call 'biscuits' are more like what we could call 'scones'. Does that sound about right? What would you eat biscuits with? :) maybe I'll just have to make some and figure it out!
I agree! I am from Australia as well and when I saw them I thought they were cute little scones.
It is kinda strange how that works, ha! Biscuits are a little like a scone, but not as flaky and a little more moist inside. :D <br /> <br />We tend to eat biscuits with butter and jam or honey - or as a breakfast sandwich with eggs, bacon, sausage or cheese. This is my favorite way to eat them: <br />https://www.instructables.com/id/Easy-Southern-Style-Biscuits-and-Gravy/

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