Butter Swim Biscuits




Now, that's some serious comfort food! I can eat one of these butter biscuits every day for breakfast, lunch and dinner, and be completely satisfied for the rest of my life. You won't believe how good it is with a little bit of jam or jelly spread on top.


Bonus: This recipe is surprisingly quick and easy, and with the exception of curd, it contains very simple ingredients you probably already have in hand.


I mean, the name says it all ... the Butter Swim biscuit. If you could choose an antique curd biscuit or one baked in a luxurious bath of butter, which would you choose? It's an easy choice. Because the only thing better than butter is more butter


Guys, this biscuit is so good. It rises high and is delicate and light, but since it has been mainly bathed in butter, all of the exterior surfaces are slightly crunchy and a delicate buttery flavor runs into every bite. It is also easier to make than simple biscuits. There's no rolling or cutting ... you don't even have to split the dough. Here's how it will go:


Mix the dry ingredients together - flour, baking powder, sugar, and salt - then pour some milk and stir until the dough holds together.



Pour a piece of melted butter into the bottom of the baking tray and then add the dough to the pan.



When the dough is spread out on the corners, the butter begins to circle it, covering every nook and cranny. Cut the dough into equal squares, so that they are portioned and easy to disassemble later and go to the oven.


When it appears, the biscuit rises to delicious, fluffy heights with a slightly rough surface that turns into golden brown bread in this buttery bath.



 I still wondered why I wasn't familiar with this technology sooner!


We all love a good biscuit, but I can promise you that once you try a biscuit that is dousing in some butter, it will be hard to go back to anything else.


* Ingredients :


° 2 1/2 cups all-purpose flour

° 2 cups milk

° 1 stick of butter

° 4 teaspoons baking powder

° 4 teaspoons of sugar

° 2 teaspoons salt


* instructions :


Preheat oven to 450 degrees.


Mix all the dry ingredients in a medium bowl.


After that, add the curd and mix all the ingredients together until a moist dough forms.


Melt the butter in a microwave-safe bowl, then pour it into an 8x8 or 9x9 baking dish (make sure the skillet is not too small or shallow so that the butter does not drip from the pan while it is still baking).


Place the dough over the melted butter and use a spoon to spread it evenly across the skillet until it touches the sides.


Cut the non-baked dough (you should be swimming in the butter at this point) into 9 equal squares.


Baking for 21-24 minutes .


This biscuit is the perfect companion for any meal. Best eaten with raspberry jam. πŸ™‚


Enjoy !

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