"Biscuits are dipped in a savory herb butter mixture, then baked to golden perfection." — sal
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prepared Dijon-style mustard
chopped fresh rosemary
chopped fresh basil leaves
hot pepper sauce
1 (12 ounce) package
refrigerated biscuit dough
I used margerine in place of the butter, added a teaspoon of garlic powder to the melted margerine mixture and sprinkled a little parmesan cheese over the biscuits before I baked them. I followed the instructions on the biscuit container when I baked them, 350* for 14-17 minutes. Mine were done at 15 minutes. My family ate every single biscuit. I paired this with Garlic and Ham Scrambled Eggs.
This is a quick and easy way to get fresh bread on the table even if it isn't homemade. I added a little minced fresh garlic, but otherwise stuck to the recipe as written--except for the cooking time! Be careful, as the package directions state to bake these for 8-11 minutes, not 15-20! Mine were done at 11 minutes. Great little biscuits, not overpowering at all with the herbs. Fluffy and light, moist, and pretty too!
Add a litle crushed garlic to the main mix and sprinkle with grated parmesean cheese before baking.
Very good and super easy to make. I would recommend following the cooking time on the biscuit package. I almost over-cooked them at 13 mins.
I wan't sure about dippping the biscuit, I thought it would be soggy, but it was great....
Very Good. The only reason I did not give this a 5 star is the cooking time. I suggest to follow the package directions for cooking. I didn't even pay attention to the package directions until it was too late. Mine came out a little burnt on the bottom. Next time I may sprikle a little bit of parm cheese on top and see how that tastes. This recipe is a great way of making a regular canned biscuit into something special. If your thinking of making these, go ahead and do so, you won't be dissapointed!
We enjoyed these. The flavor was really nice. A good way to doctor up canned biscuits.
These were fantastic. I loved everything about the biscuits. Try to chop the fresh herbs as small as you can.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/10 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 10
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 96
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