Friday, March 2, 2012

Savory Stuffed Biscuits

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These bread rolls are a favorite treat for picnics and sporting events.  They pack up easily and are enjoyable hot out of the oven or even at room temperature.  The filling here can be exchanged for any type of filling you like.   Here are some suggestions:  savory meat filling with potatoes, barbecue meat filling, vegetable filling, pizza filling and the suggestions I have included below.   The fillings are endless, but the method is quick and easy.




Ingredients:
2 tubes of  Pillsbury Grands Biscuits
Filling of choice- check these posts out for ideas:
Masala Chicken Potato Filling
Tuna Fish and Potato Filling
Chicken Samosa Filling
Deviled Onion Sambal





Directions:

The trick is to roll the biscuit out into a flat round with a rolling pin. 

Fill your flat round dough with about a tablespoon of filling towards one end of the round.

Fold over the dough and seal the edges with a fork. 
Cover each roll with an egg wash on top before baking .  An optional step is to sprinkle some  sesame seeds before baking.  Bake on a greased baking sheet at 350 degrees for about 15-17 minutes.



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40 comments:

  1. Ramona! What a fabulous lunch idea! I'm always looking for things I can make which will afford me leftovers to bring to work for lunch! Love the idea of a savory meat and potato biscuit! But as you can imagine, my mind is racing toward the sweet possibilities! This is such a great and easy recipe! Hope you have a wonderful weekend! : )

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  2. Oh I just love this idea! I never even thought of doing this, but you know I have some leftover BBQ Chicken filling that would be awesome in this! Thanks for posting, I will have to give this a try, I think my guys would go nuts over it!

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  3. Wow, these are so wonderful. I love what you put inside of them. I could eat a million of these if someone let me :)

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  4. This looks absolutely yummy..I should try this soon...Bookmarking this one..

    Aarthi
    http://www.yummytummyaarthi.com/

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  5. Awesome, going to try it out with a vegetarian filling..

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  6. What a great idea! I'd love some filled with jam for breakfast!

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  7. interessting filling, I d surely love to have a bit or too. The biscuit looks perfect too. nice work! =)

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  8. I love Pillsbury Grands and what a great idea to roll out and stuff. They have to be wonderful.

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  10. What a brilliant idea! This would be perfect for lunch today :) Thank you for sharing, Ramona! Have a wonderful weekend!

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  11. What a great idea!! Looks amazing!

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  12. Ramona this is a great idea. I can see these stuffed with pizzas stuff or veggies. Sounds delicious. Hope you are having a pleasant day.

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  13. Oooh, I loved stuffed dough items :) this looks just like my kind of dish, perfect! And the masala potato filling would positively kill me with happiness :)

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  14. What a great idea! I buy puff pastry and croissant but never bought biscuits one. I can't wait to try it. All the stuffing looks amazing but I like the bbq one. We can stuff the leftover in it... already loving the idea!

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  15. Very creative,,,I love all the filling idea too especially with chicken samosa,,YuMMY :)
    Ridwan

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  16. What a great idea, Ramona! I know my kids would love these :) Have a wonderful weekend!!!

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  17. Ooh - that's a clever quick and easy idea! I can always use a few more of those!!

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  18. Great shortcut with the biscuits. Almost like a calzone, but Asian style :)

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  19. I'm imagining how good these are with the samosa filling! They look wonderful.

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  20. Very interesting and the pictures looks tempting! Nice recipe

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  21. What an interesting recipe!! Loved the fillings too!!!

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  22. I love how simple this recipe is! Amazing for a week night!

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  23. love;ly recipe dear.....great idea

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  24. They look absolutely delicious and like the kind of food you could just keep eating. I'll have the Deviled Onion Sambal please. :)

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  25. Ramona - these look delicious and I love what I call "pocket" food!

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  26. Oh my, these looks so yummy! My guys would go nuts for these.

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  27. I'm so glad to see you using biscuit dough! I love little biscuits (or pies as we call them), but I'm not a big pasty making person, so the biscuit dough is a fabulous idea! Love all of the fillings. I remember the chicken samosa and with this recipe I will definitely be making these!

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  28. these look so good! thanks for the recipe : )

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  29. This is very easy and you can make a ton of them at one time. Thanks for the idea and I will be making these. Have a great weekend!

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  30. So cool I am thinking about "Irishifying" these Braised Beef with Guinness and Caramelized Onions sounds like a start.. I love how other peoples great ideas set me thinking Thank You

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  31. They look like little savory pies. Biscuit dough...interesting!

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  32. I do something like this all the time for my daugher with pepperoni pizza filling. Great choices for other fillings though!

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  33. Calzones, pasties, samosas, empanadas...I adore hand pies of all varieties. Thanks for sharing your version!

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  34. Wow, all your photography is so helpful! Really fantastic recipe.. well done!
    xo
    http://allykayler.blogspot.com

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  35. Congratulations! Hope landing in the Top 9 added to the fun of your weekend.

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  36. Congrats Ramona, this was a fantantic idea. Hope all is well and you are having a great weekend.

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  37. The filling in these biscuits looks fantastic, Ramona!

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  38. These look delicious! I do this with pizza ingredients sometimes, I need to start branching out, and these look like a delicious way to start!

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  39. I love that you can make these ahead of time and then just heat them up real quick when you need a fast meal. Anything that is dip-able makes me happy.

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