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Garlic and Onion Biscuit Ring

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Description

A perfect quick side dish. Biscuits are dipped into a mixture of melted butter, onion, garlic, and poppy seeds and then arranged in a bundt pan.

Ingredients

  • 4 Tablespoons Butter
  • 1 teaspoon Poppy Seeds
  • 3 Tablespoons Finely Chopped Onion
  • 1 clove Garlic, Finely Chopped
  • 1 can (16.3 Oz. Size) Large Biscuits, Or 2 (10 Oz. Size) Cans Of Smaller Biscuits

Preparation

Preheat the oven to 400ºF. Grease a bundt pan with cooking spray.

Melt the butter in a small bowl in the microwave. Stir in the poppy seeds, onion, and garlic. Dip biscuits into the butter mixture and arrange in the bottom of the pan so that they overlap slightly. You should have just enough of the butter mixture to coat the biscuits, but if there is anything left over, pour it over the top.

Bake for 10-15 minutes, or until golden brown and the center is cooked through. You may need to separate with a fork to make sure the center is cooked.

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kaycarrasco on 3.4.2013

I’ve already made this about a hundred times! Well, maybe not *quite* that many, but at least once a week. Just had to tell you that last night I modified it–by accident. I grabbed a tube of biscuits, except that it was Grands *Crescent Rolls*, not biscuits. But I already had the butter melted so I decided to go ahead: I left the crescents in the tube shape from the package and *sliced* them about 3/4″ thick, which made 9 pinwheels. Since they’re a bit smaller, you’ll need to spread them out a bit in the pan, and because they’re thinner, I gave them a few minutes less baking time. WONDERFUL!!! I don’t know if it’s because they were a little shorter, or the extra surface from slicing them, or what, but the outsides were super-crispy and yet not over-browned. We *loved* them. I’ll probably continue to make them both ways, but just wanted to share this variation with everyone. YUM!!!

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jennambrai on 2.22.2013

Instead of poppy seeds, I diced fresh rosemary and thyme. It was AMAZING. It’s my new garlic bread recipe for spaghetti! (I also used the butter flaky biscuits)

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Anne Hughes on 2.16.2013

I made this last week, my Family LOVED it! I used two cans of store bought biscuits and doubled everything. Very yummy and easy!

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mla50 on 2.4.2013

Wow, does that bread look wonderful. I will be making it the next time we have guests. I would make it for just the two of us, but then I would eat it all!!! ;0(

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Sara Schmidt on 2.2.2013

What would you think of wrapping the biscuits around a stick (or 1/2 of one) of string cheese, and then dipping them?

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WestieMom on 3.11.2014

These are unbelievably easy and delicious at the same time! I’m usually not a big fan of pre-prepped ingredients – but I’ve got to say we all loved these! I am now a reformed canned biscuit snob :) Thanks for a great recipe – I’ve already shared it with 3 friends who asked for the recipe!

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Eugenia on 5.23.2013

This turned out amazing! However, it didn’t make nearly as much as I thought it would. Next time I’ll use 2 cans of jumbo biscuits and double the butter mix. Also, I cut each biscuit in half and layered them so it looked like it was braided when it baked. Beautiful!

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BaileysMom on 4.29.2013

These have become a staple at our house…love ‘em! And they’re so super-easy to make!!!

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sandijo on 3.26.2013

Wow! This was wonderful! I made it according to your recipe for a party. It was gone in only a few minutes!

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Stephanie Jones on 3.24.2013

This was so yummy and easy! I used a shallot, on the small side, and added a sprig of rosemary, chopped. I kept the poppy seeds also. So good! Can’t wait to make it again :) it fell apart when it came out of the pan, so I’ll probably just do individual biscuits.

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