Loved these! I added a cube of frozen minced garlic (from Trader Joes) to the butter as I melted it, which gave a nice garlick-y twang. And I added about a tbsp each of dried basil and oregano (I'm not a measure-er, I just eyeball it) to the flour mixture. Also I added about 50% more cheese. The result is yummy!!..............Plus, I was surprised that the oven temp was so low. Traditional biscuit (face it, scone is just a fancy word for biscuit) recipes call for an oven temp of 425. So I baked my last pan at 400 and loved how crispy these were on the outside. Obviously I had to bake them for a shorter period of time............Thanks for such a great base recipe. I really needed this type of appetizer for a book group meeting.................PS-this kind of recipe would be awesome made as a pull-apart: roll the dough into large marble sized balls, roll in garlic butter then parmesan and pile them in a bundt/tube pan. Pour over the extra butter and parmesan and bake till done. My mouth is watering just thinnking about that!
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Loved these! I added a cube of frozen minced garlic (from Trader Joes) to the butter as I...