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By Robin from Washington, IA
Brown meat and onion; drain. Add barbecue, Tabasco and spices; simmer. Spread biscuits in 9x13 inch pan. Spread meat and cheese. Bake at 375 degrees for 15 to 20 minutes.
In large skillet, brown ground beef; drain. Add barbecue sauce, brown sugar, and onion. Set aside.
Separate biscuit dough into 12 biscuits. Place one biscuit in each of 12 ungreased muffin cups pressing dough up sides to edge of cup. Spoon meat mixture into cups. Sprinkle each with cheese. Bake at 400 degrees for 10-12 minutes or until golden brown.
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When my kids were small I use to make a recipe for Apple Dumplings that are made with canned refrigerated biscuits. I would love to have this recipe since I lost it.
Vicki from Overland Park, KS
apple dumplings 2 cans crescent rolls, 2 tart apples, 2 sticks of butter, 1 1/2 cups sugar, 1 tsp cinnamon, 1/4 cup of flour and 1 12oz can sprite or 7up. core and slice apples into 8 slices each. in a saucepan over medium heat, melt butter, add sugar and cinnamon. stir until dissolved. add flour and mix well. wrap each apple slice in a crescent roll, starting at the wide end. place in a 9 x 13 baking dish. pour mixture over rolls. pour soft drink over all. bake for 35 to 40 minutes at 350 degrees or til golden. enjoy!
found this on pillsbury.com
Sweet Apple Dumplings
(Ready in 1 hr 40 min )
Makes: 8 servings Nutrition Information
Pillsbury® Biscuits provide a shortcut to this old-fashioned favorite.
1 (16.3-oz.) can Pillsbury® Grands!® Refrigerated Buttermilk Biscuits
8 teaspoons butter or margarine
4 small to medium Granny Smith apples, peeled, cored and halved
3/4 cup sugar
3/4 cup water
1/2 cup butter or margarine, melted
1 teaspoon vanilla
1/2 teaspoon ground cinnamon
1. Heat oven to 350°F. Lightly grease 13x9-inch glass baking dish.
2. Flatten biscuits with rolling pin. Place 1 teaspoon butter in the core area of each apple half. Wrap each biscuit around 1 apple half. Place seam side down in greased baking dish. Combine sugar, water, melted butter and vanilla; pour over dumplings. Sprinkle cinnamon over dumplings.
3. Bake uncovered at 350°F. for 35 to 40 minutes or until golden brown and apples are tender.
I have this recipe using crescant rolls.
2 cans crescent rolls
2 appples,peeled and sliced into 8 pieces each, (I used Granny Smith)
2 sticks butter, melted
1 1/2 cups sugar (Splenda works well--use same amount)
1 t. vanilla
1 (12oz) can Mountain Dew
1 cup chopped pecans
2 T sugar cnnamon mixture
(Mix 1 cup sugar, and 1T cinnamon--reserve remainder for other uses)
Preheat oven 350 degrees
Roll each apple slice in a crescent roll, sprinklig a little of the
sugar and cinnamon before rolling up. Line the dumplngs in a 13x9
inch*(see below) pan. In a saucepan, heat the butter and sugar together
until the sugar is melted and mixture is bubbly. Remove from heat and
add Mt Dew and vanlla. Pour over crescent rolls and sprinkle with
remaining 2 T cinn and sugar mixture. Sprinkle nuts over top and bake uncovered
approximately 45 minutes.
Wonderful warm with ice cream.
To make apple or cherry turnovers can I use Grand biscuits as the crust instead of having to make pie crust? I just don't want the dough to be to gummy.
I suppose you could, but I just don't think they would turn out the same. To me it seems like the biscuit dough would be courser.
I have made apple, peach and cherry turnovers, using canned pie filling and Grands. I separated each biscuit in half, and pressed each half out as thin as possible without making holes in the dough. Put a spoonful of pie flling on one side, fold over the dough, and press edges together. I use a fork.
Then bake 10-15 minutes at 375 degrees until brown. Let cool 10 minutes then remove from tray and enjoy. You can brush the tops of the unbaked turnovers with egg wash or milk, and you can sprinkle tops with sugar before baking. You can also drizzle frosting over the warm turnovers. I use canned frosting heated briefly in a measuring cup with a pour spout in the microwave and then drizzled over the turnovers.
These taste very good, and are not soggy if baked thoroughly. I tried using one biscuit per turnover, and the centers were soggy when the outside was brown. Hope this helps.
On a recipe for a taco burger bake submitted by Robin of Washington, there is a mention of refrigerator biscuits. Can someone tell me what they are as I've never heard of these in Australia.
They are ready to bake buiscuits found in containers in the cooler section of your store. They are usually found in the same area as your butter and margerine, etc. In the states they come in tube shaped containers.