Leftover Buttermilk Was Calling My Name

Do you find that sometimes ingredients in your house seem to beg to be used to their full potential? This is what happened to me and that partially used container of buttermilk in the ‘fridge.

Biscuits - prep

Remember those Nutty Muffins that we made a few days back? Well, there was just enough buttermilk leftover that I would have felt guilty to  just watch it glug glug glug disappear down the disposal..know what I mean?

Biscuits - Close up raw

So, what’s a girl to do, but whip out the new Cooking Light magazine and discover a healthy recipe for Fluffy Buttermilk Drop Biscuits – that just happens to use the exact amount of buttermilk that yours truly has on hand.

Biscuits - Close up cooked

Serendipity? You might say that. Plus, they were darn good, really quick, and no rolling involved. My kinda breakfast!

Biscuits - Close up w-jelly

Biscuits - with jelly

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Inspired by travels to Italy, cooking with fresh ingredients, sharing our Kitchen Inventions dinners with friends, and enjoying good wine. Photography and cooking are the main focus for our site. Please stop by Wade's website to enjoy more of his works of photography.
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5 Responses to Leftover Buttermilk Was Calling My Name

  1. Ah – I always wonder what I’m going to do with any leftover buttermilk. I really love that last photo with the jam.

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    • It was all yummy – biscuits still warm from the oven…pretty enough to eat! LOL! You can also use buttermilk to “marinate” chicken in prior to cooking. It really makes it tender and tasty (the chicken, that is…!).

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  2. Karen says:

    Your biscuits look terrific. Buttermilk adds so much flavor to baked goods.

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