Fluffy biscuits, fried chicken, and delicious mushroom gravy, all ready, in about 30 minutes! These chicken biscuits with mushroom gravy are the best in cozy comfort foods, perfect for breakfast or even dinner!
This blogging gig can be weird sometimes, you guys. Friends are scattered to the ends of the earth. You can’t stop on the way home to grab a drink with your coworker, but you can sort of have a virtual cheers over Instagram.
Facebook messenger replaces office chatter -- it’s like a never ending trip to the watercooler. We stand on tables like it’s normal, carry tweezers that are meant for gently nudging spaghetti noodles into place and NOT for managing stray eyebrow hairs, we hoard cloth napkins and paper straws.
One of the strangest things about this job by far though, is that I have only gotten to share an actual meal with and hug my best blogging friend ONE TIME in real life. ONE TIME!!! That’s crazytown, right?
AND!! She wrote a book! A whole book about sandwiches! And I still didn’t get to hug her then! So here I am, giving her a virtual hug by sharing one of her fabulous recipes from her book with you.
Chicken biscuits with mushroom gravy. I mean… that is like the ultimate in delicious sandwiches, right?! Is it breakfast? Is it dinner? Who cares. Let’s eat.
Tanya’s recipe is quick and so we get to shortcut with refrigerated biscuits! If you’d like to try your hand at homemade though, I highly recommend these Greek yogurt and cheddar biscuits. Or try this homemade biscuits recipe. It’s a classic!
Her fried chicken recipe is ON POINT, but I double dipped the chicken because that’s how we do in the south. Into the buttermilk, dredged in flour, back into the buttermilk, and then flour a second time. Trust me on this.
That’s actually the only thing I changed though, which is odd for me since I mostly never leave well enough alone. It’s a pretty good indicator in fact, that Sandwiched is WAY BETTER than well enough!
I’ve made several things out of my friend’s book, but these chicken biscuits are so far my favorite. Tanya tells me HER favorite is actually a dessert sandwich, peanut butter chocolate sandwich cookies! That sounds like a recipe I can get behind.
Grab your own copy of Sandwiched immediately. You won’t be disappointed!
For the Chicken:
For the Gravy: