How To Make Buttermilk Biscuits Within Few Moments


It’s a day when you don’t need to go out for work or a rainy holiday when you just have to be at home with family. You feel doing something special for your family right? Sitting in front of your big screen TV, you are thinking of delicious bites of some snacks. Something crunchy, soft and delicious is just what you are missing. Delicious Buttermilk biscuits with a firm browned crust and soft in the interior can be the best of choice.

buttermilk biscuits

A few slices of delicious Buttermilk biscuit melting in your mouth is going to make your the fun of your togetherness brighter. But the rain will make you want to stay aloof. You are going to miss the buttery bite of the buttermilk biscuits melting in your mouth.

Well, let me rescue you then. The yummy and delicious buttermilk can be prepared easily, without wasting time to go out and get some, you can spend the time with your family having delicious buttermilk biscuits prepared by yourself. Here are the simple steps you need to follow to have a delicious buttermilk biscuit made by yourself.

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Steps you should follow to make Buttermilk Biscuits:

Here is the procedure that you are to follow if you are to make buttermilk biscuits at your home at your free time. So for making this crunchy cookie, you will need some few ingredients that are listed below in some bullet points.

  • 250 grams of flour
  • 235 ml of buttermilk
  • 1/4 baking soda
  • 1 tablespoon baking powder
  • 1 and a half teaspoon of salt
  • 115 grams of cold butter
  • 2 tablespoon butter for toppings
  • 20 grams of sugar

1. Preheat your oven to 450 degrees F (220º C).

Heat your oven before you begin and keep it up to 220 degree Celsius to cook the biscuit quickly. The heat will give a perfect crisp to the outer layer of the biscuit.
2. Cut six tablespoons butter into small squares and freeze them for 5-10 minutes.
You will have to cut the butter into four, and so it has to be hard. It will separate the flour in the interior making some air pockets in the biscuit. The nearly frozen butter will create the flaky layers in the biscuit.
cutting butter
3. Measure out your dry ingredients as the butter is freezing.

Pour the flour into a bowl, add the baking soda, baking powder and salt and mix them well. It should be well mixed, and you can also use a fork, otherwise whisk or mesh strainer. Well and finely mixed with no lumps will give you better biscuits.


 4. Cut the cold butter into the flour using your favorite method, aiming for a crumbly consistency.
Cut the butter into small and thin chunks and add them to the mixture. You can also place some piece as toppings. Avoid extra heat by working otherwise, and your biscuit can get dense.
thin chunks

5. Create a “well” or hole in the flour mixture and pour in the cold buttermilk.

Now, gently stir the mixture as little as possible. Add some more flour slowly to the mixture and keep on stirring until it gets a little shaggy dough.

6. Lay dough out on a well-floured work surface and spread it.

After spreading some dry flour on a large cutting board, place the dough on it and spread them with your fingers. You can sprinkle some flour on your hand to prevent sticking.

shaggy dough

7. Playing with dough

Fold the dough in half, then again spread it until it is roughly 1/2-inch thick. Repeat the folding and flattening 4-5 times and then make the last fold creating a nice square size and a half inch thick.


8. Using the lip of a glass cup, cut the dough into individual rounds.

Use a knife or the rim of the drinking glass to cut the dough into a perfect small round shaped pieces. Making smaller pieces will help you cook easier because they are less time consuming than the bigger pieces.


9. Lightly re-flatten any excess dough, fold & flatten it once more, and then make the last few biscuits.

After cutting out the first batch of the dough, fold the remaining dough and flatten it to get few more pieces. Now place the cut pieces on a flat surface or on a parchment paper or nonstick oven safe pan.


10. Drizzle some melted butter on top of each biscuit before cooking.

Sprinkle, some butter on top of those pieces, to get a brown sheen of the best biscuits. You can also sprinkle some sugar, a light brush of water, whipped egg to get a crispy golden top.


11. Cook the biscuits for 10-12 minutes.

Now you can place the small pies in the oven and let it cook for 10-12 minutes. You can overturn them in between to be sure of well cooking. After you are done with both the sides, you can take them out. oven

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Finally, your buttermilk biscuits all ready. They are to be served hot because they lose their taste on cooling. Keep it out of the heat for 2-3 minutes before serving to avoid the burning of the tongue.


The yummy buttermilk biscuit is finally into your mouth melting deliciously. The joy of having biscuits made by own self is just un-expressable. The joy itself will lift your taste. You will be taken to the world of delicious taste when you feel your afford melting on your tongue.

Preparing buttermilk biscuit is simple and easy. With the steps mentioned above, I hope you will be able to show your skills of baking buttermilk biscuit for your family. Who will not like to have the taste of the buttermilk melting deliciously? So, try these few steps at home to have a happy past time with family this holiday with the delicious buttermilk biscuits.