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Sunday, September 26, 2010

Cheesy Ham Biscuit Pull Aparts


DISCLAIMER:  Before I began watermarking my photos, this recipe went around the world it seems.
If you come across the recipe on Facebook or any other recipe sharing site and it doesn't have my watermark on it, please don't share it.  Some of the recipes have added up to FIVE eggs.  Then I  receive a lot of responses from people who were not happy with the result.  I WILL NEVER POST A RECIPE ON MY BLOG THAT I HAVE NOT COOKED, HELPED TO COOK OR TASTED MYSELF.   Please help me stop the "bootlegged" versions of my picture and recipe.

Now, on to the fun!

A few weeks ago I made the Bacon version of this dish.  Today I had some cubed ham and Mexican cheese and decided we'd try that instead of bacon/cheddar.  It worked out very nicely.


Here's the edited version:
1 egg
2 T. milk
1 (16.3 oz) Pillsbury Grands Flaky Layers Biscuits (I used the buttery flavor)
3/4 cup diced ham pieces
1/4 cup thinly sliced green onion
3 oz. (3/4 cup) finely shredded Mexican-styled cheese
1/2 t. granulated garlic

Heat oven to 350 degrees. Spray a 11 x 7 or 12 x 8 glass baking dish with cooking spray. In a large bowl, beat egg and milk with a wire whisk until smooth.

Separate dough into individual biscuits and cut each biscuit into quarters. Gently stir biscuit pieces into egg mixture to coat evenly. Fold in ham, cheese, onions and granulated garlic. Spoon mixture into prepared dish, arrange biscuit pieces in a single layer.

Baked at 350 for 23 - 25 minutes or until golden brown. You can either cut into squares or just pull apart and serve.


adapted from www.pillsbury.com

14 comments:

  1. looks good but 1 egg seams like it wouldn't be enough?

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  2. 1 egg was enough for my taste, but feel free to try it with 2 and let us know how you liked that version. Thanks for comments.

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  3. thank you for sending me the recipe i am making this for sunday school breakfast tomorrow...

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  4. I hope you enjoyed them! Lolly

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  5. Made this this morning - enjoyed it but am thinking next time I'd add more ham / filling ingredients. Felt a little too bready to me. But overall, loved how easy and tasty this was. Thanks for posting!

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  6. JuJu says: I'm thinking this would work Italian style too - use pepperoni and mozarella cheese and a sprinkle of basil as well as the garlic.

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  7. I have had this pizza style. toss the biscuits with pizza sauce, pepperoni and cheese and it's called pizza bubble bread. I just made the ham version last night and it was great!

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  8. The pizza style sounds delicious!

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  9. I made this yesterday morning, adding a dash of Cajun spicy seasoned salt and omitting the green onions. I sprinkled a bit of shredded cheese over the top before baking it. It was one of the best breakfast bakes I've had!

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  10. Would love to make this. But can't get the biscuit you mentioned over here in Greece. What else could i use in stead?

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  11. Any soft biscuit dough would work fine.

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  12. I will make a sausage version of this for Mother's Day - looks so good. I forgot I pinned it and was happy to come across it!

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  13. Only one egg...wasn't good, so tried it again with 3, and so much better.

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