Thursday, April 8, 2010

Cheddar dill biscuits ...

Recipe adapted from Jean Pare's Rich Tea Biscuits (from the Muffins & More cookbook) - this is - by far - the best recipe for tea biscuits in the WORLD.  Tonight I tried brushing the tops with milk before putting them in the oven - it makes them even MORE perfect.  Who knew that flour, salt, baking powder, sugar, butter, shredded cheddar and some dillweed could possibly look or taste SO GOOD!

I also made Chinese Orange Beef with broccoli (instead of snow peas) and red peppers - it was delicious (and very low in fat, so I had some for supper) but the picture looked so bad I can't possibly post it, lol.  It tasted a lot better than it looked :D  I've modified the recipe a touch - I only use half of the sauce ingredients - the full amount makes FAR too much sauce.  I also add a bit of cornstarch to the sauce to thicken it up a bit.  Really quick to throw together - I cook it in the dutch oven at 300F for about 2 hours - PERFECTION!


  1. buscuits are my favorite.. you are not doing my waistline any good.. I could just smell them!!

  2. This looks so YUMMY! Been too hot to bake here but it seems more seasonable this morning...maybe...
    How's the reno (vation) coming?

  3. Thank goodness it tasted
    So no competitive cooking for you don't really like cooking so I can tell you I would be happy to eat it even if it didn't look so Khris


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