By Kate Kelly-McEwan, BBC NewsMagazine’s food writerYou may have heard about the new king Arthur’s biscuits, but this one is the real deal.
It’s the latest from the BBC’s Food Network series The King of the Biscuits, and it’s made with a blend of butter and salt.
Here’s how you make it:The biscuits are made in the same way as the king’s biscuits – you heat up a bit of butter, add a little salt and then let it cook for a while until it’s softened and golden brown.
You can use any of these flavours, or you can try your hand at making your own, or perhaps you’ll make your own with a few extra ingredients you’ve saved up.
You can find out more about The King Of The Biscuts and check out more recipes from the series here.
If you’re thinking of trying out this recipe, check out this video to see how easy it is to make your very own King Arthur’s biscuit.
The King of The Biskas are traditionally made with butter and flour, and the flavours vary from biscuit to biscuit depending on what flavour you want.
If you’ve made your own King’s biscuits before, you may also be interested in this recipe for the butter biscuit:How to make Butter & Sliced Bacon BiscuitIngredients:1 (2-inch) round piece of bacon (bacon will do, but use one that’s thinner than bacon, so you don’t get to waste the bacon!)3/4 cup unsalted butter (the kind that’s softened by cooking it in the oven for a couple of minutes)2 tbsp melted butter1 tsp vanilla extract1/2 cup flour1/4 tsp salt1/8 tsp baking powder1/3 cup sugar2 tbsp chopped pecans (optional)1/6 tsp salt (optional if you’re making a vegetarian version)Directions:1.
Heat up a pan with the butter in it and melt it on a medium-high heat.2.
When the butter has melted, add the bacon, pecan, salt and vanilla.3.
Cook until the bacon is crispy and the pecanes are starting to caramelise.4.
Transfer the mixture to a bowl and stir in the flour, baking powder, sugar and salt, then add the salt and pecannas.5.
Add the remaining ingredients and mix until you have a dough that is very soft and holds together.
You may want to knead it a bit before baking.6.
Bake at 350c for 30-45 minutes.
The recipe is very simple, so don’t forget to try it with your favourite flavours!