National Buttermilk Biscuit Day is celebrated on May 14th of every year. The day is celebrated as a national food holiday, and they celebrate this day with this delicious Buttermilk Biscuit. The butter biscuits are made by using baking soda as a leaving agent than yeast. The typical recipe for buttermilk biscuit is here that contains flour, baking powder, butter, baking soda, salt, and buttermilk. It says that when preparing the biscuits, the dough gets beaten and folded to incorporate air, which expands when baking and will make the biscuits into the rice.
“The most I ever ate? In one sitting? Maybe four big plates of fried chicken, biscuits, chitlins, gravy. Then dessert. Apple pie, sweet potato pie. My mother cooked that stuff, good Southern food, and when I was 300 pounds, I never missed a meal.” Bruce Smith
History of National Buttermilk Biscuit Day
The creator and the founder of the day are still unknown. National Buttermilk Biscuit Day is celebrated as a national holiday, this day is enjoyed with biscuits that go well with the gravy. The Buttermilk Biscuit first appeared in the USA just before to Civil War; the cooks mostly used this biscuit as a portion of additional food for meals. The biscuits are not prepared with yeast; it comes under the variety of quick bread, which can be used for dinner as well as for breakfast.
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How to Celebrate the day
Buttermilk Biscuit Day can be celebrated in numerous ways. On this beautiful occasion, you can enjoy the day with your family and friends by preparing Buttermilk Biscuits in your home and tasting them with your kids. Otherwise, take your kids to any of the nearest restaurants and buy some biscuits for them and enjoy the day. Read something with the biscuits and spend the day with the TV on your couch. You can post your ideas and thoughts about this day on social media by using the hashtag #NationalButtermilkBiscuitDay.
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