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These were WONDERFUL and so easy to make. I did not add the salt because there is plenty in the Cheddar cheese. I rolled them out to about 1/2" and used a biscuit cutter and was able to get 9 biscuits. For a change of pace I will substitute the green bell pepper with a can of chopped green chilies just for a spicier biscuit but they are perfect the way they are! Thanks for agreat recipe Nell!
Of course I had to leave out the green peppers and pimentos kids won't eat the biscuits with that in there.I added extra cheese and I think crumbled bacon would be tasty in there.We made the potatoe soup V with the biscuits and everything was delicious.I give these biscuits a thumbs up.
Pretty good. I had to add an extra tablespoon of milk elevation propbably. Omitted peppers and pimnto although I do think it would be good. Added 1 tsp garlic. Nice and light. Next time I am going to roast a head of garlic and add that with a few minced pickled Japeleno's. Yum thanks for the recipe!
I've made this recipe about 3 times in the past month and it's great! Goes wonderfully with stews and soups. And they are great leftover with raspberry jam! The changes I made were to leave out the peppers and pimento and I increased the cheddar a little. Other then that left everything the same. Thanks for this great recipe!:)
Really good! 10 stars because they don't use Bisquik which I never have and is always called for in biscuit recipes. Would actually give them 4.5... I didn't add the peppers because of the kids but I think they would add a lot of flavor as they are a tad bland without. That's ok though they were meant as an accompaniment and were perfect for that. I used butter instead of shortening (personal preference). They were fast tasty easy and very much enjoyed! I will definitely keep this recipe-it's a great recipe as is but I can imagine adding herbs or different cheeses etc. Thanks so much! I've been looking for a quick savory bread recipe for ages and this was really great!
Worked great for a non-bread baker (= I added 1 clove minced garlic and some finely chopped shallot (instead of the bell pepper and pimento.) 3/4 c grated parm and used 3/4 c of a cheddar jack mix. I used a fork to cut in my butter flavored Crisco. I just wish I had some butter on hand - I want melty butter on my warm biscuit (=
These popped out of the pan nicely; even out of heart shaped muffin tins but the flavor was dull. The texture was good but they tasted like Bisquick. Not particularly better with butter or gravy. Very surprising actually since they looked so good. I followed the recipe and am an avid cook. Alas I will need to find a better recipe.
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