Light and Fluffy Honey Butter Biscuits
Everybody loves a light and fluffy biscuit. With that said, this recipe has gone through a lot of adjustments in the last year or two. There are two main things that make this recipe a little different than most biscuits recipes. First, I use more buttermilk, which adds not just moisture but acid. The acid reacts with the baking powder and baking soda, which gives the biscuits lift and helps separate the layers. The second thing that separates my biscuits from other recipes is the honey butter, which adds a touch of sweetness and helps with browning. I hope you enjoy this recipe for Light and Fluffy Honey Butter Biscuits.
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Sausage and Gruyere Souffle
Do not be intimidated, you can make a souffle. Honestly, you are making eggs it’s not that hard. This Sausage and Gruyere Souffle is the perfect dish if you really want to wow your guests, or just expand your culinary repertoire. Continue reading “Sausage and Gruyere Souffle”
Sweet and Savory Sweet Potato Waffles
This recipe for Sweet and Savory Sweet Potato Waffles is a great variation on the classic breakfast. These waffles have the crisp crust and fluffy interior of traditional waffles, but the sweet potatoes provide a deeper, more complex flavor. Try these for breakfast, or better yet in the classic soul food dish chicken and waffles. Continue reading “Sweet and Savory Sweet Potato Waffles”
Corn and Jalapeno Hoe Cakes
These Corn and Jalapeno Hoe Cakes are half pancake, half cornbread, and 100% delicious. You can eat these with butter and syrup for breakfast or serve them on the side of a pot of collard greens. The corn and jalapenos add sweetness and spice, that take these hoe cakes from ordinary to extraordinary.
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