Top Rated Buttermilk Recipes

Buttermilk Pancakes Recipe
When I ask my son Joseph, “What do you want for breakfast?” he invariably yells, “Pancakes!” Now, with this light and fluffy gluten-free version, everyone will want to join in that chorus. Make them unique for each individual by adding ingredients like chocolate chips, blueberries, butterscotch chips, bananas, or walnuts to each pancake as it cooks and watch the pancakes disappear! Click here to see Quick and Easy Gluten-Free Recipes
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Buttermilk Beignets
Try Southern Chef David Guas' fried, powdery, quintessential New Orleans dessert just in time for Mardi Gras. (You will definitely need a napkin for this one).  Adapted from "DamGoodSweet" by David Guas and Raquel Pelzel
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Once you try the fresh, clean taste of homemade salad dressings, you’ll never want a store-bought bottle again. The buttermilk, mayonnaise, and sour cream churned with onions, lemon juice, and multiple spices make an exciting dish out of your plain old greens.Click here to see Quick and Easy Gluten-Free Recipes
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This lasagna is something different and special, most notably because the sauce is made entirely of buttermilk, which works beautifully, making a creamy béchamel with a flavor that hints of butter but without the fat. If you don’t have your own tomato sauce from the garden, try to buy San Marzano tomatoes in the can — I think they are hands down the most flavorful canned tomato. This dish is surprisingly uncomplicated to put together, despite the fact that I skip the alluring ease of no-cook lasagna noodles and use the traditional kind. The no-cook kind have their place in a busy kitchen, but they lack the robust texture and flavor of old-fashioned lasagna noodles.
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Fluffy and thick buttermilk pancakes are both easy to make and very versatile — keep them plain and add your favorite topping, or add berries, chocolate, or nuts to the batter.
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This elegant dessert is almost like a French clafoutis, with lush ripe fruit nestled in a creamy egg filling. Buttermilk gives it a tang that makes the filling almost like cream cheese, and the lemon keeps it bright and fresh tasting. The ripe raspberries seep a little of their purple-pink juice into the white filling, and the whole thing is so pretty you’ll hardly want to cut into it. This is a tart, wide and shallow, rather than a deep pie, so be sure that you form the piecrust into a 10-inch tart pan with a removable bottom.
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Cucumber Soup, Basil, Buttermilk
Cold buttermilk soups are an old-fashioned tradition, a tangy zip for fresh, summer vegetables that need little else. Here, the sweet, grassy mellowness of cucumbers is paired with that summery perfume of basil, distilled into a finishing oil you can keep on hand to drizzle on future soups and salads. It's an irresistible, bright, almost ethereal combination that may well sum up the season. But we didn't stop there; We gave the pairing a tangy jolt with buttermilk and sour cream so that the flavors can't turn listless. If you've got weekend guests for a dinner party this evening, skip this one as a second or third course and consider serving it in shot glasses as a midday pick-me-up on the deck. — Vegetarian Dinner Parties Click Here to See More Soup Recipes  
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Biscuits just like mama used to make, if your mama was gluten-free. Rich with buttermilk yet fluffy and soft, this recipe will have you wondering why you ever baked with wheat in the first place.     Click here to see the story Land of the Gluten-Free: 10 Iconic American Recipes Without the Wheat
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Eggplant with Buttermilk Sauce
I can’t think of a more rustically elegant (is that a contradiction in terms?) starter. Serve with some robust white bread or pita and you'll be in food heaven. In the recipe you’ll find Sami Tamimi’s technique for getting the seeds out of the pomegranate, which I am afraid is now a very well-known secret.
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Buttermilk biscuits are probably the very definition of comfort food — warm, buttery, fluffy, and filling, they pretty much go with anything and make the perfect side dish or base for a sandwich. Brooklyn, NY's Southern-inspired restaurant Seersucker shares their recipe for their buttermilk biscuits.  Click here to see 24 Southern Dishes That You Need to Know How to Make
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No matter how you slice it, there’s no denying that this simple chocolate goodness is sure to satiate the dessert lovers in any crowd. This recipe is courtesy of the Divine Chocolate Cookbook: Heaven Chocolate Recipes with a Heart and The Rescue Baker.
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Beet and orange is a classic combination, but they can be almost cloyingly sweet together. With a bracing dash of buttermilk, you can enjoy the best of this combination but cut some of the sweetness. Sometimes I sprinkle fresh dill on top, for a different flavor profile. It’s a wonderfully refreshing soup on a hot summer night.
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