Chive Biscuits. Add a little flavor to your biscuits with fresh chives and garlic salt. Making these Chive Biscuits is a snap. The perfect solution for using up leftover buttermilk. There is nothing better than a warm, out of the oven, mile high, savory biscuit. Perfect for Easter Dinner or an Easter Brunch. Scroll down to see a twist on the Easter Ham leftover.
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1. USING MILK: If using whole milk, there is no need for added fat such as butter or shortening. Milk biscuits are loved by many for their ease. With simple ingredients of flour, baking powder, salt and milk. The milk serves as two ingredients, the fat and the liquid. The end result of using milk in your biscuit recipe, you will get a very tender and crumbly biscuit.
2. USING BUTTERMILK: The acidity in buttermilk reacts to the alkaline in baking soda, causing it to give off carbon dioxide. The combination of the buttermilk’s acidity, the baking soda and the heat of the oven gives the biscuit dough its leavening power. Resulting in a tall rise and robust flavor.
Before we get to the leftovers let’s talk about ham. Pump up the flavor of your holiday ham with a delicious glaze offering great maple and orange flavor. Make ham the centerpiece of your Easter Table! Click here for the full printable recipe→ MAPLE BLACKBERRY ORANGE GLAZED HAM.
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