Wednesday, August 26, 2009

Cheese Burst Biscuits

Hubby and I decided to grill out on Sunday night to enjoy the gorgeous weather that I think the entire south was blessed with this past weekend. Jason was in charge of grilling our red fish which was absolutely delicious! He marinated it in Dale's marinade and sprinkled some blackened spices on top. Whew wee! It was good. Anyway, I digress. So I was in charge of the sides. Well, of course I jumped at the chance to try out a Momou recipe. So I decided on a recipe for Cheese Burst Biscuits to accompany the Butterscotch Pepper Glazed Carrots from a Paula Deen cookbook. Well my honey LOVES him some biscuits which is why I choose this recipe. And you must know that I think this recipe is one of the oldest looking out of the entire collection. The newspaper is very very yellowed with little tears in it. I wonder how old it is... The recipe is below and then I will fill you in on the rest after:

Cheese Burst Biscuits
10 oz. can flaky layers biscuits
10 (1/2 inch cubes/slices)American or Cheddar Cheese
Sesame, caraway or poppy seed

Preheat oven to 400 degrees. Separate biscuit dough into 10 biscuits. Insert a cheese cube in each biscuit between layers; seal edges well. Cut a "X" on the top of each biscuit.Brush with milk. Sprinkle with sesame seed. Bake on cookie sheet 10 to 12 minutes until golden brown. Serve warm. Refrigerate leftovers.

Now for some reason I could not find the bags of cheese cubes for sale at my grocery story so I just bought a block of mild cheddar cheese (found right under the shredded cheeses in the grocery store) and made little slices from that. It worked out perfect. These little biscuits were quite the tasty treat! I think kids to adults will love them. I know Jason went wild over them! They are yummy served right out of the oven because the cheese will be hot and bubbly! I used sesame seeds which made a perfect topping. This recipe is WAY too easy to skip out on trying! Serve them morning, noon and night.

P.S. Tonight I am making a chicken tettrezini for my girlfriends. Does anyone know what makes a tettrezini a "tettrezini"? Just wondering! But with that tettrezini I am making another Momou recipe....Onion Shortcake. Stay tuned!

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Allison said...

Umm, these look AMAZING! And simple, which is even better. :)

PrissyPres said...

=0 so this looks YUMMY!! I think it looks like a quick thing to throw together when you need a little extra something but don't have a lot of time. I can't wait to try this recipe. And since a Paula Deen recipe was one of the sides I know you had a block of butter on hand for the biscuits.

klg821 said...

Wow! This sounds and looks delish :)

KareBearKB9 said...

Wow! These do look good and seem so easy. Yumm! I can't wait for the feast tonight. See you then!
-Karen B.

klg821 said...

Lisa - Since i could not get this recipe off my mind, I just had to try it out! James and I had the biscuits for breakfast with eggs and bacon. We gobbled all of the biscuits down. Now we did try the biscuits with sesame and poppy seeds and also without seeds. All varieties were great - couldn't go wrong whichever way you choose! All in all, the cheese burst biscuits are WAY too easy and WAY too good! We will definitely make these again :)

Lisa Mayeux Welch said...

Kel! I am so glad that you got to try out these biscuits! I think it is hilarious and so cute that you were in Pilates class dreaming about these biscuits:) And very inventive might I add to try out so many variations with and without the different seeds. You are quite the aspiring cook!!!

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