Soaking chicken in buttermilk tenderises the meat and helps the crispy coating stick. A great DIY takeaway to make at home on the weekend.
Covered in a vibrant array of summer fruits and a lip-smacking peanut butter sauce, these light and fluffy pancakes from food writer John Gregory-Smith make a fabulous brunch for two, or dessert for four.
Making your own scones is so easy with this quick and simple recipe. Make a batch to share with family and friends at the weekend. Jam first or cream is up to you.
Butchies is known for its crispy fried chicken, so we got our hands on the recipe for you to try at home. Marinating the chicken in buttermilk overnight makes it super succulent and juicy.
This easy soda bread recipe takes less than an hour to make, so is ideal for when you’re in a hurry. It uses just four ingredients, including plain and wholemeal flour.
This recipe for banana breakfast muffins is so delicious that they feel like a treat, but they’re each under 200 calories. Make a batch now and you’ll have breakfast all week.
These baked blueberry donuts with lemon glaze look fantastic, taste delicious and are surprisingly easy to make. Plus, because they’re baked not fried, they’re healthier than your average donut.
These sweetcorn and jalapeño scones are really easy to make and ready in just 30 minutes. We love them slathered in butter as a snack, or on the side of a bowl of steaming soup.
Buttermilk fried turkey is a great alternative to chicken. The buttermilk makes the batter really light and crisp.
Hush puppies are little American-style savoury donuts in a polenta batter. A classic side dish for seafood, they are also great for parties. These vegetarian kale ones are eaten with an aioli dip.
We love cornbread, and with this recipe for mini herb, green olive and buttermilk cornbreads we’ve made it even better. They’re really easy to make, are ready in under an hour but look really impressive.
This kale waldorf salad with buttermilk dressing is a clever update on a classic and with a good amount of crunch and tangy dressing, it makes for a really useful side dish.
A new way with squid. Fried in crunchy breadcrumbs and served with lots of Korean spices, as well as kimchi, the traditional fermented vegetable side dish. Makes the best show-off dinner-party starter.
These American-style buttermilk pancakes are the fluffiest you’ll ever taste. Topped with caramelised banana and Brazil nuts what more could you want?