The flavors in these are delicious, but I think changes are necessary. I used 2 cans of biscuits for 5 people. (And we almost finished them.) For that amount of biscuits, I used 1 1/2 times the amount of listed seasonings, and that was just right. However, I used 1/2 cup butter plus 3 Tbsp, and even that was too much! The bottom layer of the finished product was SOAKED in butter. I would recommend mixing the butter and herbs in another dish, then coating biscuits before putting them in cake pan.
This is a very good recipe. Very easy to make and yet it was impressive-in taste and in looks. I will definitely be making this one again. I didn't let the butter/herb mixture stand for 10-15 minutes and I left the biscuits whole to save on time. It was still good and had plenty of flavor. Thanks for posting!
This was easy and oh so good! I used the amt. of butter as indicated and turned out to be a lot. If you have any rolls left in the pan, eventually the bread will soak up the butter and you'll have a half-butter roll. So maybe next time, a little less butter as there is already lots in the pre-made biscuits. I will definitely make these again and again. Thanks!
AWESOME! I used the brown and serve rolls instead of biscuits. These were as good as my favorite Italian take out place. Will be making these again for sure!
These were sooooo good! My husband raved over them and he ate about 6 of them himself! I did have to change a few things because of what I had on hand...I used generic buttermilk biscuits, and I left out the dill weed and added 1 tsp garlic salt. I will cut back on the butter next time...maybe to 1/3 cup. They were a crowd pleaser and I will make them again soon!
I needed something to take to a birthday party...only I had less than an hour to make it. Found this recipe, had all the ingredients on hand, & was out the door in plenty of time! They were a hit! Thank you so much! The only change I made was, I did not have hungry jack, so I used 2 of the small cans of pillsbury biscuits (& kept all of the other ingredients the same=perfect). I melted the butter in an 8x12 take-n-toss pan, poured that into a bowl with the other ingredients & let that sit while I cut all the biscuits, then I dipped & fit them all into the 8x12 pan that still had a slight covering of butter. Yum! They were buttery, but not soggy with it in the least. Thanks again!
Quick, Easy, and Delicious! Because I was serving them with an Italian dish, I replaced the dill weed with Basil and added a touch of garlic powder. My biscuit can was 7.5 ounces, so I didn't use all of the butter mixture. I put it in the fridge and will have a wonderful flavored butter for spreading on toast, rolls, or for cooking! Thanks for sharing a real winner...there wasn't a speck left!
very easy to make, made with a creamy chicken dish. seemed to make one can of biscuits go further which is nice with my large family. thanks for sharing.
Thanks for posting Kym! These were great. I made them in two batches so I didn't have the butter problem. I purposely didn't buy the butter flavor after reading the posts. No Hungry Jack here so I bought the store brand. The only hang up is that I will put in less onion powder as it was quite powerful. It could be that it was new onion powder and potent but other reviewer said it too. Mine cooked faster than noted as well. They were super. Definitely fun and different and SUPER EASY. Made for Zaar Cookbook Tag March/April 2010 Enjoy! ChefDLH
You can make these in the Weight Watcher version using the little biscuits and PAM spray and then sprinkle with herbs of choice -they are only 1 ww point each with those changes!! Super easy and good!! Thanks for posting, it was what I was looking for!!