KFC Biscuits recipes


They are ready in just 20 minutes. Copycat KFC Biscuits have a great taste, they are soft and flaky. You will be awestruck with them served filled with jam, gravy, or even more butter.

The KFC Biscuits from Copycat are a very simple, tasty side dish to any meal! They’re very easy to make and are great for eating all year long! I’m a sucker for having a hot biscuit on a winter’s cold morning in the holiday season however, the most appealing thing with these cookies is they’re simple to make, you can eat anytime you’d like!

I am a big fan of breakfast. It is my absolute favorite meal every day. One of my absolute favorites is home-cooked biscuits and gravy breakfast, which includes eggs and sausage! Yum. I’m salivating just contemplating it. Check at the flaky layers.

They are among the best biscuits you’ll ever taste from your kitchen. They are easy to make. They taste exactly like the biscuits at KFC but are superior because they’re made from scratch.

I came across this recipe 12 years ago, however, I was unable to make it until eight years later. Since then, I’ve not cooked a breakfast using chilled or frozen biscuits, since they’re just as easy to make. Although, it’s not like we’ve never had those…store purchased ones ….my husband makes use of for when he’s in charge. Naturally, my kids have declared me the champion of biscuits.

I hope you like this recipe for KFC Copycat Biscuits the way we do.
When you’re trying the recipe below, I’ve included a collection of incredible biscuits, bread, and scones recipes. You must look it up delicious, mouthwatering, low-carb diet recipes that vary from sweet to savoury. Enjoy! XOXO San

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To make this recipe, you’ll need some of the ingredients listed below:

2 cups all-purpose flour
1 teaspoon salt
1 tablespoon sugar
4 . teaspoon baking soda
1 teaspoon baking soda
3 tablespoons shortening of vegetables
Four teaspoons of Butter Flavor Crisco
1 cup buttermilk



Pre-heat oven to 400 degrees F Combine 2 cups all-purpose, 1 1/2 teaspoons of salt, 1 teaspoon sugar 4 teaspoons baking powder along with 1/4 teaspoon baking powder in a large mixing bowl. Cut in shortenings until the it is like coarse crumbles.
STIR 1 cup of buttermilk until a smooth dough is formed (dough will be extremely soft and sticky at this stage).
SPRINKLE flour on the large wood board. Turn dough onto a floured surface and gently knead 10-12 times until it is no longer sticky. You can re-flour your board as needed as you knead.
Cut dough in half. Gently press or roll each half into a 8-inch circle, 1/2-inch thick.
Cut out biscuits by pressing them straight down using two inches of biscuit cutter.
Scraps that have been REFORMED, work to reduce it to the minimum and keep cutting.
Place the biscuits cut into pieces on an un-greased baking sheet that has edges just barely touching. BRUSH tops of biscuits using whole milk.
Bake for 15 minutes or until golden brown.
Make sure to immediately brush biscuits by using immediately brushing them with margarine (or butter) immediately after baking.

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