字幕列表 影片播放 列印英文字幕 Hey, I am Hilah, and I am cookin'. Today I had a really rough day at work even though you think all I do is sit around and talk to the Internet all day. That's not true! I am tired, and I am having a beer, and I am making buttermilk biscuits. All right, I am going to show you how it's done. I am just using the Joy of Cooking recipe, and I have got flour, baking soda, baking salt, why I do keep doing that, baking powder, and salt in my little sifter that my momma gave me. I have this in my life since I was a wee baby. That's why it's all rusty and prairie dog looking. So I am gonna sift that together. C'mon lumps, and then it says to add four to six tablespoons of butter. I am going to use six because I like dying. I am going to show you a little trick so the thing about biscuits is that you're supposed to like cut the butter into the flour so that you end up with tiny little pieces of butter coated in flour and that's what makes them light and fluffy like you don't want to melt the butter. So I have this butter frozen, and I am gonna use my cheese grater and I am gonna just grate into my flour, and then I end up with little pieces already. All right, so whatever, I guess this is about five tablespoons, but I am tired of grating butter. I am stopping because more than enjoying dying I enjoy cutting corners, so there we go, five tablespoons of butter. Now I am going to use my fork and just kind of toss it around to get my little butter shreds coated in flour. All right, so whoa! I am getting crazy up in here with some buttermilk biscuits. All right, so I got my butter chunks, my butter fragments evenly coated. Now I am going to get my little paws in there and sort of break it up a little more. I don't want to melt the butter and my hands are hot baby, so I am just going to use my fingertips and try not to mess with it too much. All right, so I got my business happening. I got some little chunks of butter about the size of peas. I am gonna make a little dip in the middle of my pile of flour and I am gonna put my buttermilk in all at once, one thing or nothing. Wait, I mean all or nothing, it's what I meant to say, okay. Here we go. All right, now I am just going to mix it with a big spoon efficiently, and not too much, just enough to just get sort of all the flour moist with the buttermilk, and sort of starting to come together into a ball, and that's it. Now is where things start to get messy. Just get your little hands in there, sort of get it formed into a ball, and then I am gonna throw it out on my board which I am gonna flour first and roll it out cuttin' some biscuits. Set that aside, and the reason you don't want to screw with it too much or get it real hot is because you don't want gluten to form and gluten is a protein that's in the wheat that forms long strands which is what makes bread chewy and delicious but is the enemy of light and flaky biscuits and pie crust. Every last little bit of butter. All right, that looks pretty good. And just delicately, delicately roll it out to about half an inch or so. Probably should have a ruler. That looks good. All right, now I have a little biscuit cutter and I am gonna start cutting out some biscuits. This is about two inches. You can do bigger or smaller, whatevs, let's keep it easy guys. All right, and when you cut your biscuits, you don't want to push and turn. You just want to push and give it a little shimmy because when you turn it, all those little delicious flaky layers that you just created with your butter and all that stuff get sort of twisted on the edges and it might not rise as much, so just straight down, shake it to loosen it, and then we're going to put this on an ungreased cookie sheet. I am gonna make one last little funky shape, not quite big enough, all right, and with the scraps you can re-roll them, but just keep in mind those biscuits are not going to be as light and fluffy as the originals because that gluten will start to form and they get a little tough, but that's okay because you have some people coming over that you don't really like very much and give them those funky ass biscuits. I am not even gonna roll it. I am just gonna mash it. It's how I do it with those people I don't like very much coming over eatin' my biscuits. All right, if I haven't said it already, I am gonna pop these babies in a 450 degree oven for 12-15 minutes, oh snap! All right, my biscuits are done. Damn! Those look goods. But I don't know what to do with all these biscuits! Biscuits are not supper! FREAKZONE: Freakzone! Cut, cut. I am sorry. I was drinking a little bit too much during that episode and sometimes when I drink my little buddy Freakzone shows up but somehow he always knows right when I am about to throw up. It's amazing. He's uncanny. Anyway, Freakzone showed up. He gets a little out of control. He is an alcoholic and he's hard to handle and he's just like pure sexual energy and so what happened after this, we shot it. We filmed it. I can't really show it on the regular Internet because it's just, it's really too weird, so if you want to see it, I am gonna tell you how you can see it. Go the website. There's this little area where you can sign up for the newsletter. Sign up for the newsletter. 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