Well folks, I'm still sick. I actually think I'm worse than yesterday. But, I was able to whip these biscuits up no problem because the recipe was so simple. I just wish it wasn't so hot out. Because the oven was on, I ended up opening the doors and shutting off the A/C. Normally, I would cool myself off with a chilled gin martini. But, being sick and medicated, I've got to stick to water. BOO!!
You'll love this recipe. They're so good. I skipped the part about brushing with melted butter because I wanted to get the true taste of these biscuits. Also, I ended up using a good amount of flour on the table when kneading/turning the dough (as instructed in the recipe). Just make sure to have the extra flour handy so you're not playing Edward Dough Hands and making a mess of your kitchen trying to get to it (from experience).
Baking Powder: had
Salt & Pepper: had
Whipping Cream: $2.99
Green Onion: $1.00
FAST: These biscuits took me about 7 minutes to prep (including green onion chopping time). They baked about 15 minutes in my oven (because it runs too hot). So about 22 - 25 minutes for some really good biscuits.
EASY: OMG, YES! The hardest part was waiting for them to cool down enough to eat!
FRESH: The green onion does it here. Make sure you put in a touch more pepper than it calls for. It helps to make the green onion flavor pop!
OVERALL: Love these!! I'm keeping this recipe for the next time company comes over. Simple and easy, they'll think you slaved all day to make these. I would love to put some cooked bacon bits into the dough. Nah, I'll just keep them they way they are.
Tomorrow we've got some interesting tacos. See ya then!