Yogurt, dill and scallions biscuits

Do I have a thing for biscuits? Yes..maybe I do :)

It’s not only me though, it’s also Alex who really likes snacks. I thought of baking something sweet tonight but we end up doing something salty instead..

Biscuits

Ingredients:

250 gr all pourpose flour

150 gr whole-wheat flour

1 1/2 teaspoons salt

4 1/2 teaspoons baking powder

1 1/2 teaspoons baking soda

125 gr cold butter

300 gr yogurt

4 small scallions

1 tablespoon of dill

Preheat your oven to high (400F degrees).

Mix together in a large bowl all the dry ingredients. Then add the butter and mix until the entire mixture looks like cornmeal.

Add then the yogurt mixing with a big spoon until just combined. Then put the ball onto a floured surface and knead a bit 2-3 minutes. Add the dill and the finely chopped scallions and then knead again for another minute or so.

Then shape the dough in small round balls, put them on a paper sheet in your tray and bake them for 8-10 minutes.

You can serve them with ketchup or beer :).

Biscuits

I think they look gorgeoux don’t you?

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5 Comments

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5 responses to “Yogurt, dill and scallions biscuits

  1. michele (Maryland)

    How much yogurt is needed in this??? I think it was missed.

  2. limeandlemon

    Love this recipe .. Looks delicious .. Laila .. http://limeandlemon.wordpress.com/

  3. ralukmica

    Thank you very much guys!
    It’s true I forgot to put the yogurt it’s 300gr of whole fat yogurt.

  4. stegall

    umm. how much scallions and dill? and when are they incorporated into the dough? it’s not mentioned in the recipe at all. seems important.

  5. ralukmica

    Sorry about that you are right.
    I incorporated the scallions and dill right before doing the balls and putting them in the oven.
    About the scallions and dill: i think it was 4 small scallions and about a tablespoon of dill. I hope this helps.

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