You’re just three ingredients and 20 minutes away from tasty Corn & Green Onion Biscuits. These are full of great texture and make an ideal accompaniment for soup season. Sop up all the goodness, kids. It’s gonna be awesome.
It’s a good thing food bloggers aren’t supposed to be telling amusing stories about their lives anymore. I’m running on empty today in the amusement department. Being stuck inside leaves little opportunity for adventure. Unless you want to know about how much dog hair I vacuumed up today.
Seriously, though, when did we become so averse to making connections with other humans? Are we really so busy and important that we need to take offense to someone attempting to share a piece of their life with us? It’s a good thing I’ve always been bad at following what everyone else is doing. I’m still working hard to attract the kind of readers that want to make connections and know that food is about more than just fueling our cellular functioning.
Why should you make Corn & Green Onion Biscuits?
Anyways, biscuits, and more specifically Corn & Green Onion Biscuits. Why should you make these?
- They only have three ingredients.
- They’re drop biscuits, so you don’t have to make a mess rolling and cutting.
- They’ve got tons of great texture and flavor from the corn and they get all cruncy on the outside but stay soft and fluffy on the inside.
- They’re gonna help you get every last bit of good stuff out of your soup bowl this winter.
- They’re irresistible served hot out of the oven with salted butter.
I should include the caveat that if you don’t live in a place where you can buy biscuit mix or creamed corn, it does get a little more complicated. I used this simple tutorial from My Baking Addiction to make Homemade Bisquik in my food processor.
To make creamed corn, just add a can of regular corn to your food processor with a tablespoon or two of cream (though you could totally leave that out if you prefer) and just blitz it to your preferred texture. There are more authentic ways to get to creamed corn, but this is fast, easy, and close enough.
How to make Corn & Green Onion Biscuits
Now that we have everything we need, it’s ridiculously easy. Just add all your ingredients to a mixing bowl and stir them together until it forms a dough. I like to use a rubber spatula for this because it allows me to scrape up any liquid from the side of the bowl and sort of stir/smash it into the biscuit mix until it all comes together.
Your dough will be on the wet side, but that’s fine. As long as it holds its shape, you’re good to go. Drop biscuits are meant to look rustic, I think the bumpier the better because you get more crunchy bits. All you have to do is scoop them out onto a baking sheet or two, leaving an inch or so between each one, then bake them for about 15 minutes. They’ll be golden and gorgeous. Allow them to cool just enough to not burn yourself. These are so amazing served piping hot.
Make it magical
Corn symbolises life and abundance, so use this ingredient when you want to call in luck, prosperity, or fertility. With its yellow color, it’s full of bright sun energy and is associated with both earth and fire. It’s also perfect to use as an offering or symbol of gratitude, especially around the time of the summer harvest. (Source: Rachel Patterson)
Life is tough sometimes. Take it easy and treat yourself to some super simple Corn & Green Onion Biscuits. You earned it.Print
Corn & Green Onion Biscuits
You’re just three ingredients and 20 minutes away from tasty Corn & Green Onion Biscuits. These are full of great texture and make an ideal accompaniment for soup season.
- Prep Time: 5
- Cook Time: 15
- Total Time: 20 minutes
- Yield: 12 1x
- Category: Baked Goods
- Method: Baked
- Cuisine: American
- Diet: Vegetarian
- 2–1/2 cups biscuit mix
- 2 tablespoons thinly sliced green onions
- 1 14 ounce can creamed corn
- Preheat your oven to 400 F (200 C) and line a large baking sheet with parchment paper or a silicone baking mat.
- In a large mixing bowl, stir together biscuit mix, green onions, and creamed corn until just combined. Your batter will be slightly wet but should still hold it shape.
- Use a scoop or a large spoon to portion out the dough onto your baking pan. The genius of drop biscuits is that they don’t require any rolling, cutting or shaping. Leave an inch or so between each pile of biscuit dough.
- Bake for 15 minutes. Serve warm with butter.
Keywords: Corn, Biscuits