I was born and raised Southern. But no matter what I do, I can’t bake biscuits! I have tried! And I can’t!
Every Southern Gal or Guy should be able to whip up a batch of homemade biscuits. It is a staple at meals in every southern home. But I can’t! And it’s frustrating!
I don’t know if I knead the dough to much. Or roll it out too much. I don’t know if I am suppose to use a rolling pin or if I am suppose to pat it out with my hands.
WHY? you ask. Because my mom, grandma or grandmom should have taught me right. Because that is what all good Southerners do. WELL…..they ain’t southern. I am only second generation born and raised southerner. And I am only half at that because my Dad was born….somewhere not in the south….because I don’t remember right now. But I know it was not in the south.
Anyways. My grandparents on my Dad’s side is from Illinois and my grandparents on my Mom’s side is from Jersey. And before anyone ask no I can’t make pasta from scratch either (though I might be able to but never tried).
Back to biscuits, it is embarrassing to buy a bag of frozen premade biscuits when you want some because you can’t make them.
Look here is the list to qualify as Southern:
Sweet Tea~ check
Chicken and Dumplings~ check
So if anyone can help me out with some tips or a recipe. I am determined to learn how to make biscuits this summer. Though after all my attempts, my family may never want to see a biscuit again. BUT BY GOLLY, I am going to do it!
Here is my last sad attempt.
It was a Bobby Deen recipe.
Decent Flavor. But not light and fluffy at all.
Desperately Seeking good biscuit making tips.