Saturday, June 28, 2008

Sage Biscuits

It is really hard to find food that highlights an herb itself. Usually it's the herb highlighting another food. So I was so pleased when I ran across this (American) biscuit recipe at TheHerbalGarden.com!



The best part is, they're super easy, fast, and tasty! And can easily be halved or doubled.

2 C self-rising flour (DIY recipe)
1/4 C vegan mayonnaise
2 Tbsp fresh sage, chopped
1 C non-dairy milk


Optional extra herbs to throw in: chives, parsley, thyme, dill, or sage
I added fresh thyme in this recipe


1. Combine all the ingredients and mix well. It will be a bit sticky.


Learn from my mistake, do NOT use a whisk!



2. Divide the dough into the cups of a 12 compartment greased (or non-stick) muffin pan


Silicone liners means no oil!



3.Bake for 12-15 minutes at 400 degrees, until a light golden brown.


Addicting!

6 comments:

cookinpanda said...

Oh these are quite nice. I have tons of leftover sage and no idea how to use it up. This is so simple.

Anonymous said...

These are so good!! Serve them warm and hear everyone rave!!

Andréa N. said...

We have just made these biscuits and I had to come here to say OHMYGOD!! They are delicious!!! Thanks for the recipe!

filo said...

i like the idea of making food with fresh herbs :)

Azzahar said...

That is about first recipe I see with mayo used in baking. It's so weird I have to try it.

Mouse said...

Delish. Thanks Jhenn!