Pull-Apart Herb Biscuits
Pull-Apart Herb Biscuits are delightful. These lovely miniature biscuits are very similar to Monkey Bread recipes. In this case, refrigerated biscuits are cut in fourths and combined with a butter and herb sauce before baking. The biscuits are brushed with more butter after baking. The biscuits are totally delicious and great as a side for any kind of main dish.
I made this recipe in early May and featured the biscuits with a Chicken Vegetable Casserole. It was in the middle of the quarantine for Covid-19. Because our neighbor’s wife had to be in Oklahoma for her job for a month, I brought him several meals. This was one of those meals.
I would recommend serving these rolls/biscuits hot out of the oven and not let them get cold. They are better that way. I have to say, I loved the sauce and the way these miniature biscuits turned out. I’m a bread fiend anyway so these adorable little pull-apart biscuits were perfect comfort food paired with a chicken casserole dish.
Pull-Apart Herb Biscuits are easy and simple to throw together. It’s a really nice side dish for holidays or company too. Make it ahead and then pop it in the oven a few minutes before you sit down to eat. Everyone will love it! And you’ll end up with no leftovers. 🙂
Pull-Apart Herbed Biscuits are delightful.
This is like eating a savory version of Monkey Bread.
I served Pull-Apart Herb Biscuits with Chicken Vegetable Casserole. Both were wonderful.
The herb sauce that’s spread over top of the biscuits is wonderful.
Here’s what I did.
I used these ingredients.
Place spices and parmesan cheese on a plate.
Stir to combine.
Add melted butter.
Stir again to combine. Set aside.
Cut refrigerated biscuits in quarters.
Place in a mixing bowl with seasoned, butter sauce.
Stir to combine.
Spread biscuit dough evenly over the surface of the baking dish.
Bake at 450 degrees for 8-12 minutes or until golden brown.
Remove from oven and brush with additional melted butter.
Allow butter to soak into biscuits for a few seconds.
Invert onto a serving plate to serve. Serve while hot!
Pull off individual pieces or large hunks of the biscuits.
The biscuits are seasoned with parsley, minced garlic, oregano, basil, thyme, sesame seeds and parmesan cheese. They’re really mouthwatering.
I loved the way these turned out. Plus, the recipe is just so easy.
Pull-Apart Herb Biscuits is great by the hunk!
Here’s the recipe.
PULL-APART HERB BISCUITS
(Recipe adapted from Taste of Home, Quick Cooking, 2008)
Pull-Apart Herb Biscuits paired wonderfully with Chicken Vegetable Casserole.
This quick and easy recipe is terrific for company or holiday dinners.
Because you use refrigerated biscuits, this recipe is simple and extraordinarily easy.
Pull-Apart Herb Biscuits are so easy to make, your family may want them for family dinners often!