Reader Ginny Rutter recently shared this interesting recipe for biscuits, which she got from TheCountryCook.net.

Unlike most biscuits, whose dough is cut and baked in individual servings, these are baked as one mass in a baking dish. A little pre-cutting is done to make cutting easier afterward, but it is still baked as one piece of dough. This creates biscuits with soft and moist sides.

“I sift the dry ingredients together before adding the buttermilk,” Rutter said. “I lightly mix everything together with a fork so it will be a wet dough. Last, I cut into 12 squares rather than nine.

This recipe also requires no kneading. And did we mentioned it’s loaded with butter?

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Recipe adapted from TheCountryCook.net

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