I tried a new biscuit technique, and the outcome was amazing! So I, of course, had to share. :)
I’ve read that when making puff pastry from scratch, which I have yet to do LOL, you fold the dough over itself a bunch of times to make it flaky. I thought I’d see what happened if I tried this with my biscuit dough, and the result was the fluffiest and flakiest whole-wheat biscuits I’ve ever had.
My kids could not get enough of these things, and it was very easy to do so I hope you’ll give the recipe a try yourself. Let me know how it goes!
Check out this video on How to Make the Fluffiest Whole-Wheat Biscuits:
The Fluffiest Whole-Wheat Biscuits
- Cut the cold butter into pea-sized pieces and work it into the dough using a pastry blender tool or the back of a fork (or your hands – just use your fingers to squeeze the flour-covered butter into smaller pieces). Stir the buttermilk in with a fork until just combined.
- Turn the dough out onto a floured surface and sprinkle more flour on top. Fold the dough over itself and pat it back down 15 or 20 times. Use your hands to pat it into one thick piece about 3/4 to 1″ thick and cut out shapes with a cutter or small glass turned upside down.
- Spread out the pieces on a baking sheet and bake until fluffy and golden brown on top, about 10 to 12 minutes. Serve warm and freeze the leftovers for a rainy day.