Ooo, these biscuits are a treat! They are quite good enough to be a modest meal, with a cuppa tea.
So very buttery, with a surprisingly light flavor, since I used a sweet onion. They browned up beautifully thanks to the grated cheddar cheese in them, and they completely filled the house with a wonderfully rich aroma! I think they would also make a wonderful compliment to a light and simple soup.
One thing I love about all biscuits is how quickly they come together. They can be whipped up in five minutes and since they only bake for 18-20 minutes, they can be hot and ready to be served with any of my one-pot soups. As always, since there are not very many ingredients, it’s very important to use a hight quality flour whenever you can. I love Bob’s Red Mill or King Arthur Flour.
As always, the most important thing for biscuits is not to over-mix. I like to leave fairly large chunks of butter in the dough, and only mix it until it barely holds together. The quicker, the better! The printable recipe is at the bottom of the post! If you think you might try these delights, please pin the images on Pinterest so you don’t lose track of them. I’d love to hear how yours turn out!