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Buttermilk Biscuits

Try our scrumptious and delicate recipe for this classic favorite.

Perfect for tea-time or just to snack. Happy Kitchen Creations!

Makes 18 regular cups. 

Serving Size:  2

Yields: 9 Servings


20 oz  Bakers /Bread Flour

0.25 oz Salt

1 oz White Granulated Sugar

1.25 oz Baking Powder

3.5 oz Shortening 

3.5 oz Margarine /Butter

6.5 oz Heavy Cream

6.5 oz Low Fat Milk

0.5 oz White Vinegar





It is said that

Baking is the science of exactness.

Such that accuracy in measurement is a key factor for a positive end result.


Consider for a moment the measuring tools you have at your disposal in your kitchen space. Maybe, you have measuring spoons, cups or even if your lucky a scale. 


Scaling is the most recommended measuring medium for baking for optimum accuracy.


However, knowledge of conversion equivalents are helpful and we've included in this booklet a handy reference guide just for you!

  1. Weigh & sift flour into deep bowl, then measure other dry ingredients and combine well. Ensure that fats are room temperature, scale and cut into cubes.
  2. At this stage preheat your oven to convect setting 355 degrees farenheit. Also, prepare silicone heat proof muffin liners in your baking trays, conversely use lightly greased cupcake tins.
  3. Make a well in the centre of the dry ingredients and add all the fats, rub in until looks like crumbs. (this is accomplished by a light continuous snap-like motion of the fingers).
  4. Next, prepare the Home-made Buttermilk by combining the heavy cream and low fat milk. in a separate bow then add the vinegar and stir. Immediately, pour into dry ingredients and combine. Be careful not to over mix at this stage, as that will toughen biscuit
  5. Spoon or use a 1/3 cup measure to fill into pan and bake for 8mins at 355 degrees farenheit for structural formation, then reduce to 340 degrees farenheit for 5-7 mins until golden crust as desired.
  6. Let cool slightly, then unmold from liners. Place in cooling rack
  7. Try it with your Afternoon Tea or Hot Cocoa. Alternately, as a side dish to your next meal.Enjoy, and happy Kitchen Creations.


Preparation Time: 15 mins

BakingTime: 15 mins

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