Maple Bacon Cheddar Buttermilk Biscuits
We all have our favorite recipes, something that we've been making for years, possibly a recipe that has been handed down from generation to generation, a recipe that your grandmother or mother used to and still bakes. The recipe for these "Maple Bacon Cheddar Buttermilk Biscuits," looks and sounds delicious, this could definitely be a biscuit recipe that's added to your list of family favorite recipes. Biscuits have always been a favourite side to go with any dish. They have also been around for a very large part of our history too. People would make biscuits to go with nearly every meal, especially the less well of people. When food has been scarce in history, people have always turned to bread to feed them and keep them sustained. Bread is something that people have shared since the beginning of time, and even in biblical times, it was mentioned a lot in the scriptures. Biscuits are a nice, quick and easy way to have a great addition to your dinner table without a lot of fuss. This maple bacon and cheddar recipe just seems to take the regular old biscuit recipe up a notch.
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The recipe for the maple bacon and cheddar buttermilk biscuits, really does sound amazing. The secret ingredients to this biscuit recipe is the maple syrup and a little bit of bacon grease. Amanda likes to use her food processor to do all the recipe work for her, so she starts with adding all the dry ingredients into the processor and mixing them together, the next part of the recipe has you adding the mixed dry ingredients into a large bow, making a well in the center and pouring in your wet ingredients of buttermilk, milk and maple syrup, then the next step of the recipe is to combine the ingredients into a sticky dough, and using an ice cream scoop to drop the biscuits onto a parchment lined baking sheet and baking the biscuits for about fifteen minutes, until golden brown. To get the full recipe and extra suggestions, you'll want to take a look at this great recipe website, it also has a lot of great photos too.
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