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Bushyfox  (Level: 174.4 - Posts: 2402)
Tue, 16th Sep '08 9:00 AM


....Or you may call 'em "Pillsbury dough".......

When in AK, (and Canada or LA before that) I used 'em in a multitude of ways: from *dumplings in stews, to *pull-apart herb/cheese bread, *breakfast biscuits with country gravy, *steamed with a Chinese filling, or pushed into *muffin tins with a bacon/onion/cheese/sundried tomato topping.

What wondrous delights have YOU made with the product???


Summertime  (Level: 115.7 - Posts: 1123)
Tue, 16th Sep '08 9:45 AM


This is a traditional family favorite from yesteryear! The recipe has been scaled down from the original, full-sized bundt pan size to a 5x7 loaf pan. Great for singles and small households! As the old saying goes - "I like seafood...I see it, I eat it!" With a smaller version such as this recipe makes, there is less to "see" therefore, less to "eat"!

Preheat oven to 350 (countertop/toaster oven is perfect for this size recipe)
Prepare 5x7 loaf pan as you prefer...well buttered is the best!

You will need -

1 tube refrigerated buttermilk biscuits (regular or "grands") "Grands" produce a "taller" bread.
1/3 C sugar
1 tsp cinnamon
1/4 C finely chopped pecans (any nutmeat you prefer works)
2/3 stick unsalted butter, melted
2 Tbsp brown sugar (dark is preferred, but again, your choice)

Remove biscuits from package and separate.
Cut each biscuit into 4 pieces.

Combine sugar, cinnamon, and pecans in a small bowl.
Dip each biscuit piece into the melted butter, then into the sugar/cinnamon/pecan mixture.
Drop coated biscuit pieces into a well buttered loaf pan.

Put leftover sugar mixture, leftover butter, and the brown sugar in a small saucepan over low heat.
Bring just to a boil; remove from heat immediately.
Drizzle over roll pieces.

Bake at 350 degrees F for 20-25 minutes or until golden brown on top.

After "resting" for a couple of minutes...the bread, not you ...turn pan over and the bread will slip right out.

While the bread is resting, you may want to brew coffee or pour a large glass of icy cold milk...

Chyenn  (Level: 210.7 - Posts: 1332)
Tue, 16th Sep '08 7:32 PM

i made donuts out of canned biscuits for my kids for years.

1 can biscuits
oil for deep frying

Use the lid of a two liter soda bottle to cut the center out of each biscuit. Heat oil in deep fryer till it shimmers (about 350F). Carefully drop dough pieces into hot oil, 2 or 3 at a time. Turn over as each floats to the top and remove when golden brown. They cook fast -- only a minute or so per side. Drain on paper towels.

Donuts can be shaken in a bag of powdered sugar, or in a mixture of cinnamon sugar. To make a simple icing, combine a cup of sifted powdered sugar, a dash of salt, one-half teaspoon vanilla flavoring and milk - a teaspoon at a time- until drizzling consistency.

Each biscuit can also be cut into fourths to make donut "holes".

Rnmorg  (Level: 128.2 - Posts: 689)
Fri, 19th Sep '08 1:37 PM

My favorite is a quick pot pie. I make it different nearly every time.

1 or 2 rolls of biscuits, cut into quarters
1 cup leftover cooked chicken (or leftover lamb, pot roast, pork roast)
2 cups chopped potatoes, carrots, celery, onion; steamed or microwaved til JUST cooked
1 can of cream of mushroom soup
1 can of cream of celery soup (I substitute chicken or asparagus or whatever I happen to have on hand)
thyme, pepper, garlic salt (to taste)

Mix the soups and spices in a large baking dish. Add chicken and vegetables, bake in oven at 350 until bubbly (about 25-30 min) then remove from oven. Throw on biscuit chunks until well covered, then return to oven for another 12-15 minutes, or until biscuits are brown.

Bbear  (Level: 168.0 - Posts: 2292)
Sat, 20th Sep '08 11:24 AM

Good finger food: - veggie pizza

Roll out and press together to make a big rectangle. Bake. Cool. Smear with cream cheese. Put small bits of pretty colored veggies on top. Enjoy! Easy, pretty and yummy.

Zeedee  (Level: 235.6 - Posts: 1088)
Mon, 10th Nov '08 3:18 PM

We made the veggie pizza with crescent roll dough -- it's flakier. And we added dry ranch-dressing mix into the cream cheese. Love it. Mmmm.....

I also used to make my kids biscuit doughnuts using the refrigerator biscuits, but I never bothered cutting a hole -- I just stuck my thumb through the biscuit and stretched the dough a little into a doughnut shape and then fried it and shook it in a paper bag with a little cinnamon and sugar. Most of the Chinese buffet-style restaurants around here serve sugar-coated deep-fried biscuits as a dessert.

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