Herbed Biscuit Knots

Herbed Biscuit Knots

"Shape these simply seasoned biscuits from Mary Smith of Columbia, Missouri into knots or twists. They can be baked and then frozen for up to 2 months. Reheat in a 350 degrees F oven for 6 to 8 minutes, Mary says."
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20 m servings
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  1. Cut each biscuit in half. Roll each portion into a 6-in. rope; tie in a loose knot. Place on a greased baking sheet. Bake at 400 degrees F for 9-11 minutes or until golden brown. In a small bowl, combine the oil and seasonings; immediately brush over warm biscuits, then brush again.

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I used reduced fat crescent rolls and omitted the salt. We loved these. My kids ate three/two just between them.

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Um...Guys. Italian seasoning doesn't have salt in it. Or at least it shouldn't. I liked the recipe just fine, but used scratch biscuit dough. The texture of "tube dough" is not very appetizi...

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I used reduced fat crescent rolls and omitted the salt. We loved these. My kids ate three/two just between them.

Quite good, but would recommend that you don't use the salt. The Italian seasoning is salty enough on its own. No need to mix the seasonings with the oil. I just brushed the rolls with EVOO (pe...

Um...Guys. Italian seasoning doesn't have salt in it. Or at least it shouldn't. I liked the recipe just fine, but used scratch biscuit dough. The texture of "tube dough" is not very appetizi...

Whoa! Hold the salt! I loved the flavor I could taste through all the salt. I will skip the salt next time I make these. Part of the reason for to much saltiness may also be because I had to...

I made these last night to go with my daughters lasagna. I used a can of store brand cheap biscuits so I wasn't expecting much. I also didn't follow directions, (was talking) and put oil on be...

I never would have discovered this recipe without abapplez's picture the other day. And what a find it was. These are easy and delicious. They went perfectly with our dinner and would complim...

Pretty good. Used melted butter instead of oil. Will make again.

Super...whole family loved them. My Italian seasoning doesn't have salt so I added it.

Excellent if you leave out the salt. I followed other reviews and omitted the salt and I can't imagine adding the 1/2 teaspoon called for. Everyone loved these. They have been requested several ...

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