Herbed Biscuits (Quick and Easy)

"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!"
Herbed Biscuits (Quick and Easy) created by teresas
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  • Pour the melted butter into an 8-inch round cakepan. Sprinkle onion, garlic, basil or dillweed, and poppy seeds evenly over the butter. Set aside.
  • Place the Parmesan cheese in a large heavy duty, zip-lock plastic bag. Cut each biscuit into 4 pices; add the biscuit pieces to the bag and shake them to coat.
  • Arrange the coated biscuit pieces in the prepared pan; I like to turn mine over a bit so all sides have a little bit of the seasoning. Sprinkle with any remaining Parmesan cheese from the zip-lock bag.
  • Bake at 400 degrees for 14 to 16 minutes or until golden brown.

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  1. teresas
    Herbed Biscuits (Quick and Easy) Created by teresas
  2. teresas
    These little guys are delicious...I used a 7.5 can that has 10 biscuits in it...I used an 8 inch cast iron skillet to cook mine in...came out perfect...I also made them into balls...my herb of choice was dill so next time I'm going to use the basil...made for FYC tag game...
  3. gwynn
    Great recipe. Everyone thought they were really tasty. Thanks for posting.
  4. sofie-a-toast
    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.
  5. flower7
    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!



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