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Herb Biscuit Loaf

"'These buttery golden rolls are a sure way to make any meal special- from Thanksgiving dinner to a weekday supper,' writes Amy Smith of Maplewood, Minnesota. 'Their great herb flavor makes my husband think I fussed.'"
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45 m servings
Original recipe yields 8 servings

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  1. In a shallow bowl, combine the first five ingredients. Dip biscuits in butter mixture; fold in half and place in rows in a greased 9-in. square baking pan. Drizzle with remaining butter mixture. Bake at 350 degrees F for 27-30 minutes or until golden brown.

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I brought this to a dinner party and didn't even get to try it. By the time I sat down, it was already gone. The rest of the night, people came up and told me it was the best thing at the part...

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These herbs don't seem to mix with buttermilk biscuits. Perhaps another type of roll. The herbs didn't mesh with the biscuits and it didn't enhance the biscuits either.

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I brought this to a dinner party and didn't even get to try it. By the time I sat down, it was already gone. The rest of the night, people came up and told me it was the best thing at the part...

To make this even easier and save my hands from being covered in butter, I placed the folded biscuits in the pan and then brushed and drizzled the butter/herb mixture over the top. Turned out g...

very good!!! Used round cake pan instead, and only plain melted butter. Kid's loved them. Spread honey butter(recipe from here) on them while still warm.

The texture could be improved. Next time I make these I would definitely bake at a lower temperature...possibly 325 for an extended time. Also, the rolls do need to be basted halfway through the...

Used 1/2 the amount of biscuits in a round cake pan & did not fold. Used the full amount of other ingredients and poured remaining butter on top. Baked at 350 for 20 minutes and they came out ...

This is my go-to bread accompaniment to pasta dishes. They are a nice change to garlic bread, etc., especially when I am serving guests. They always get rave reviews and they are so easy to make...

I kind of did my own thing with this recipe, mostly because I just used what I already had on hand. Turned out great!

These are scrumptiously Good & ever so easy. Ya can't go wrong in making these. The only problem I had is that I used the large biscuits (Grandes), therefore because I had a larger quantity in...

I think this recipe would be a five if a little bit of butter was drizzled over them after they are cooked. These get a little dry after baking for so long. Also, one can on buittermilk biscui...