"This delicious bread is very easy to make and is a great snack. It takes very few ingredients and is easily changed to suit your taste. This quickly replaced pizza as the late night munchy for our kids and their friends." — SSTACI
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3 (10 ounce) cans
refrigerated biscuit dough
1 (16 ounce) jar
shredded Cheddar cheese
sliced black olives
This is really good! It kind of reminds us of mexican monkey bread. Very easy, and the kids just gobbled it up. I didn't have salsa, so I used a can of Rotel (liquid drained) and a can of green chilies instead. The aroma while it was baking was wonderful and I can't help thinking this would be an interesting alternative to cornbread. Will definitely make again. Update: made again, but used muffin tins instead of the large baking dish and it was even better! It gave the bread more of a cheese crust. Anyways I continue to use the Rotel/green chilies instead of the salsa. I like the flavor better.
I made this exactly as written. It was ok...but seemed to be lacking in flavor. I can't put my finger on what is missing but I don't think I will make it again.
I also make this with pizza sauce, mozzarella cheese and whatever pizza toppings we are in the mood for....YUM!
What a surprise this was! I really liked it, my DH and son not so much. I halved the recipe as this was a snack for watching football. I sprinkled some garlic powder, onion powder and chili powder in a couple of tablespoons melted butter, and poured that over the top before adding the cheese. I would like to try this same idea and make pizza bread next time. Thank you SSTACI!!
We loved this! I only used 1 can of biscuits, so I adjusted the other ingredients accordingly, but other than that, I made this exactly as written. We thought this had wonderful flavor and it was so simple to prepare. I will definately be making this again! Thanks for sharing. :)
Yummy! I made sort-of a half recipe of this only using one canister of whomp biscuits in a 8x8 square pan. I used my own homemade salsa and a cup and a half of pepper-jack cheese. I think using homemade salsa and a peppier cheese helped this recipe quite a bit. I think this would be even better if I had stirred in a little homemade taco seasoning into the salsa before I spread it on the dough pieces. GREAT cheap and quick "side" on a very low-cook feelin' kind of day plus I always coupon whomp biscuits for next to nothing so this was a new way to use them. This would make a fun white trash party app!
Not bad, but I think I would prefer a different bread in this. I think it needs something a little more flavorful--the biscuit is good where it comes in contact with what is added, but it sort of dry and boring without it. I used minced garlic instead of onions--we're not huge onion fans, and the salsa I used had onions anyway. I prefer it that way. Very good with our chicken and green bean dinner a few nights ago. thanks for the recipe!
Okay, don't know if I will make again.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/15 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 15
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 132
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