Total TimePrep/Total Time: 30 min.
Makesabout 8 biscuits
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Excellent biscuit. Light fluffy, I got 9 out of the batch. Great warm with butter and jam. Made them with butter. No problems with this recipe. As someone else noted, make sure use baking powder not baking soda.
I absolutely love this recipe! Always turn out nice and fluffy!
Good flavor but didn't rise like I thought they would with 4 tsp.baking powder. Baked only 12 min but not as moist as should have been.
I substituted buttermilk for the milk. I've made these several times. It is now my standard biscuit recipe. Going to make some today to appease the mob.
I used butter instead of shortening and they were wonderful. They had what I call come back in em. I ate 3 they kept calling me back for more!
I always follow a new recipe exactly the first time I make it. These were good! I know I did not cut in the shortening as much as I should have. The taste of baking powder in some but not all of the biscuits tells me I probably didn't blend the dry ingredients enough either. They were still good
My hubby thought they were a little dry. I thought they needed a little more salt. I will make them again with butter instead of Crisco, or as Alton Brown suggest, half butter and half shortening.
The recipe is great! Just I had to add more milk than required. Otherwise great recipe!
Easily the best biscuit recipe I have ever found. I followed the exact directions and these will be my 'go to' from now on!!