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Oh wpw, these were delicious! I did prepare as directed and they turned out great, so savory and wonderful, definitely will be made again. Thanks Baby Kato!
These were very good; like KITTEN, I added bit of garlic powder. Great with BBQ :) Thanks BabyKato for posting. Made for HOLIDAY TAG, September 2009.
These muffins were delicious! Love the little zap on the top with the red pepper. Thanks so much!
these turned out great, I'm always on the hunt for good biscuit recipes and this is one I will make again, I just used plain yellow onion I didn't have any Vidalia also I omitted the shallot, I also added in in 1/2 teaspoon garlic powder and 1/8 teaspoon cayenne pepper, I used all cheddar cheese, thanks for sharing BK!
*Made for Australia/NZ Swap #21* YUM !! Took these to a Debbate Party, and everyone gave them a 5 ! I used gruyere in place of jarlsberg, and the were truly tasty with chicken pot-pie (from Costco). Baked at 400 for 22 minutes, and was fearful they were not done, since inside was very moist. After cooling, and the cheeses re-solidified, had a wonderful buttery tase, with just a slight zing from lightly sprinkled cayenne. Thanks, BK -- these will be a great addition to many meals !.
What a nice little muffin that was just perfect with Italian Mixed Bean Soup by Umberle. I really enjoyed putting the muffins into the soup like crackers. I cooked them for about 25 minutes just to get the edges a little crisp, but other than that, followed the recipe exactly. I got 12 muffins. Thanks for a great recipe BK!!
Since I have no idea what jarlsberg cheese is, I used sharp cheddar and regular cheddar. Again, since I have no bisquick either, I made up my own using the recipe for its clone from this site ( I have used it successfully many times ). My kids do not care for the muffins, but I find them delicious. Thank you for sharing.
I made these tonight along with my Chicken a La Queen and they ate them up! I have been asked to make them again! I forgot the Jarlsberg but got it for next weekend - instead used a Tuscan blend of three cheeses (which included sharp cheddar and mozerella). I also made them in 6 larger muffin tins and used the same time and they turend out fabulous!! Thanks BK!! This is a keeper!!
I made these using a pepper cheese and a aged cheddar. After sauting the onions I removed most of them for the muffins leaving about a tablespoon then melted the butter for the topping. I also baked oin muffin holders. Yummy!
BK, this recipe is simply awesome! The muffins come out dense and hearty with a great onion and cheese taste. YUM! Everyone raved about them and took seconds. The cayenne adds great flavour and complements the onion and cheeses well.
For the bisquick, I used this recipe by Dib's Bisquick, which worked out nicely.
THANK YOU SO MUCH for sharing a real keeper with us! Made and reviewed for Aussie/NZ Recipe Swap #55 August 2011.