These buttery and flakey rosemary biscuits are super easy to make!
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I’m a huge biscuit fan. HUGE. If it was up to me, I’d eat biscuits every single day. And though I often opt for a simple drop biscuit because it’s super easy to make, there is something really special about a flaky biscuit. It’s not too difficult to make but you do need to fold the dough over and roll it out a few times. The most important thing to note is that in the beginning, you don’t want to use too much buttermilk and the dough will seem really crumbly. But as you work the dough and fold it, it becomes more and more like a biscuit dough. Check out my recipe for flakey rosemary biscuits over at the Anolon site!
Oh my gosh, these biscuits look amazing! Look at those gorgeous layers! Definitely bookmarking this recipe! 😀
Marisa Franca @ All Our Way says
What delicious looking biscuits and I think they should be paired with chicken. For some reason I think of biscuits and then rosemary and my mind immediately brings up chicken or turkey. It’s like Pavlov’s dog. I know, my mind works in weird ways. But then if I keep pondering on rosemary a nice lamb roast comes up. Yum!! Well, if I keep pondering I’m sure that I’ll find a way of associating it with our aged rib roast — hopefully I can keep the carnivores away long enough so that I can get a shot of the finished roast. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to you and AJ.
Nikki @ Nik Snacks says
Your biscuits look good, and I can’t turn down one. EVER. But what I really want is the rabbit stew that is supposed to accompany these little guys!
Erin R. says
Square biscuits rule! I have zero interest in re-rolling scraps, so I always cut mine square, too. Looks like a winner, especially with the pepper in the dough. Merry Christmas!