By breezermom on August 19, 2010
Photo by flower7
Photo by flower7
"These are made with refrigerated biscuits, all dressed up with some butter and seasoned with onion, garlic, basil/dillweed, poppy seeds and parmesan cheese. Not gourmet, but sometimes you need something quick and easy!"
Serving Size: 1 (93 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 4
"Wow these are addictive! Ok breezermom I will agree with you they not gourmet. But when turned out on a plate they look as yummy as they taste. Also loved how quick can easy they are to make. Made using the dill option and 1/2 cup fresh grated parmesan cheese. Will definitely be making again. Thanks so much for the post."
"Great recipe. Everyone thought they were really tasty. Thanks for posting."
"What a creative way to reimagine standard biscuits. Definitely a recipe to play around with! This was a bit too rich for me thought (perhaps my brand of biscuit?). I'll def scale down the added butter a tad next time."
"These are awesome! Instead of dirtying another dish to melt the butter, I put the cakepan with the unmelted butter in the oven while it heated then removed once the butter was a puddle. I used basil and a 12 oz can of biscuits (couldn't find a 10 oz can). I started to roll the biscuit pieces in the herbs but it wasn't sticking very well so I just gave up and left the rest alone (which you can see in the picture LOL). These were fantastic with recipe #402990 for lunch today. Thanks for sharing!"
"These were great! Had them today with our annual New Year's Bean Soup. I didn't have have and poppy seeds but I got to use dried basil from my garden this past summer which made this aa nice treat. Made for 2011 Football pool."
"Made for Week 16 Football Pool win and I was pleasantly surprised and how good this quick and easy recipe turned out. I used the basil in place of dill and added a little extra parmesan than the recipe called for. This is a good recipe and I will use it again.
CONGRATS AGAIN on your win!!!"
"Wow, were these ever good! I really loved the flavor combinations. This is a really neat way to dress up ordinary biscuits. I served these along with our Easter dinner and they were a hit! Thanks!"
"These are fantastic! I got lazy and just added all the seasonings and cheese to the butter and mixed the biscuits around in it. They came out evenly seasoned and buttered. Served with pizza and a salad for a quick dinner, and both boys ate them so a big plus!! Made for 123 Hits."
"Call me lazy or crazy, but I absolutely love breads like this. I made as directed but didn't do the parmesan in the bag part. I just sprinkled the parmeson over the top, and then turned the biscuits to get everything coated before baking. Served this with soup, for a nice weeknight meal."
"These are so good and easy. My teenage son wanted to help with dinner and this was his project. He couldn't believe how easy and we all thought they were delicious. We will definitely be making these again. We used a can of the larger biscuits, so we doubled the butter/herb mix and put it in two pie plates and it worked great. (I used dried parsley - about a tablespoon in each pie plate)"
"These are a nice, easy accompaniment to just about anything. I used basil because DH thinks dill is only for pickles. A very nice way to jazz up packaged biscuits. Thanks for posting!"
"A taste bud tingler and ate a large amount with a salad for lunch so there was no guilt. Made for Everyday Is A Holiday."
"These were fantastic little biscuit bites. I chose to use basil (instead of dill) because it's one of my favorite spices, and I doubled the garlic (because we love garlic so much). And I could not get enough of them. They are so good. As far as I'm concerned, it this was the last biscuit recipe on earth, I'd be happy because I will probably not make biscuits any other way that according to this recipe. Thanks, breezermom. We loved them."
"Absolutely comforting biscuits, & as others have said, definitely ADDICTIVE! I opted for the dill this first time around, but since I'll be making them over & over in the future, I certainly want to try the basil as well! So easy to make & so tasty, too! Wonderful! Thanks for posting the recipe! [Made & reviewed in Zaar Stars tag]"
"These were delicious! I made the recipe as listed and chose the dill. Ridiculously easy to throw together in an oval casserole dish, it was great with our rotisserie chicken and mixed veggies. Made for Went to the Market tag game and will definitely be made again. Thanks breezermom! :)"
"Delish! Made these last night for the family, they were gone in a nanno second. You weren't kidding when you said Quick and Easy!"
"Great way to jazz up refrigerated biscuits. I made 1/2 of the recipe to go along with leftover spaghetti pie and it was great. Nice combo of flavors and textures!! Thanks for sharing the recipe. Made for Potluck Tag Game."
"Oh my gosh, these little gems wonderful. Once you start you just want to grab another 3 and another 3 and...........well, you get the idea. I didn't add the parm this time because I made them with Recipe #273540 instead of purchased dough and it was already on the salty side. Next time I'll use the same dough but with less salt and them add the parm. These are fun to make and very addicting, you can wipe out the entire batch quite easily in one sitting. I did swap in basil for the dill as I'm not a dill lover. Made for Photo Tag."