Looking for something super yummy (and quick) to go with dinner tonight!? This is where any of your fresh herbs in the fridge come in... plus butter, parmesan and garlic. Um, YUM. I was flipping through the new House and Home (April 2012) and was inspired by their pull apart bread- so I made a version of my own with a few tweaks.
Part 1: Shopping- run out right now and get a roll of Pillsbury biscuits (I know... I promise to feature another version of this with homemade bread- but remember- this is the speedy week night version!), fresh rosemary, thyme and chives (I forgot parsley, so grab that too!), garlic, a block of REAL parmesan and butter.
Part 2: Chop all of your herbs and mix with freshly grated parmesan, salt and pepper. Melt butter and mix with the grated garlic.
Part 3: Preheat your oven to 375 degrees. Open the can of biscuits- careful, I couldn't get it to pop, so I kept stabbing it with my knife until it exploded... Me... impatient... noooo... Roll each biscuit into a ball, dunk into the garlic butter and then into the parm and herb mixture. Place into a pot lined with parchment paper. I think everything should be dunked in garlic butter, then parm and herbs.... lobster... fries... steak...
Bake for 25-30 minutes depending on the size of your pot. Flip out onto a plate and then flip right side up again. SO impressive for a weeknight treat!
Enjoy and have a fab Tuesday.
Adapted from H&H April 2012
- 1/4 cup of chopped, fresh herbs (rosemary, chives, parsley, thyme...)
- 1 cup of fresh, finely grated Parmesan cheese
- 1 can of Pillsbury biscuits
- 6 tbsp of melted butter
- 2 cloves of garlic, finely grated
- Chop all of your herbs and mix with salt, pepper and the cup of finely grated parmesan.
- Melt the butter and mix with the finely grated garlic.
- Preheat the oven to 375 degrees and line a small pot with parchment paper. I traced the pot and cut out a circle to fit into the bottom of the pot then wrapped a strip or 2 around the inside of the pot as well.
- Roll each biscuit into a ball, dunk into the butter mixture and then roll in the parmesan. Place each cheesy ball into the pot, my pot held 5 perfectly, so I had 2 stacks, but it doesn't really matter- it rises and puffs into any spaces while baking.
- Bake for 25-30 minutes depending on the size of your pot. Flip out onto a plate and then flip right side up and serve warm... with more butter... maybe...?