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If your idea of Heaven is a golden, flaky, piping-hot biscuit right out of the oven and slathered with butter and jam, wait until you try these delicious culinary creations! From the author of the best-selling, Food Network and Today Show-featured 101 Things to Do with Ramen Noodles comes 101 Things to Do with Canned Biscuits. Here Patrick takes plain-old canned biscuits and turns them into tummy-grumbling breakfast egg stratas and bakes, Turkey Cheese Pockets and BBQ Beef Cups for lunch, and dinners of meat pies...
If your idea of Heaven is a golden, flaky, piping-hot biscuit right out of the oven and slathered with butter and jam, wait until you try these delicious culinary creations! From the author of the best-selling, Food Network and Today Show-featured 101 Things to Do with Ramen Noodles comes 101 Things to Do with Canned Biscuits. Here Patrick takes plain-old canned biscuits and turns them into tummy-grumbling breakfast egg stratas and bakes, Turkey Cheese Pockets and BBQ Beef Cups for lunch, and dinners of meat pies and Chicken and Dumplings. Sides and appetizers such as Turkey Empanadas, Fruit Pin Wheels, and Cheese Balls, make perfect companions for parties and sports-day treats, and don't forget the desserts of Sweet Potato Bread Pudding, Praline Meltaways, Strawberry Cream Cheese Biscuits and more! Is your mouth watering yet?
1 pound ground turkey
1 large onion, diced
1 can (8 ounces) tomato sauce
4 teaspoons Cajun seasoning mix
salt and pepper
1/2 cup grated Monterey Jack cheese
3 cans (7 ounce each) biscuits
1 egg, beaten oil, for deep frying
Saute turkey in large frying pan over medium heat until brown, breaking up meat with fork, about 5 minutes. Using slotted spoon, transfer turkey to small bowl. Add onion to drippings in frying pan and saute until light brown, about 7 minutes. Return turkey and any juices to frying pan. Add tomato sauce and Cajun seasoning; simmer until mixture is almost dry, stirring occasionally, about 8 minutes. Season with salt and pepper. Cool completely. Mix in cheese.
Flatten each biscuit into a 4-inch round. Place 1 tablespoon filling on round. Brush half of dough edge with egg. Fold dough over filling to create half circle and seal edges by pressing with tines of fork. Set empanada on baking sheet and cover with damp paper towel. Repeat with remaining biscuits and filling.
Pour oil to depth of 1/2 inch into heavy large frying pan. Heat oil over medium-high heat to 350 degrees. Fry empanadas in batches until golden brown, about 2 minutes per side. Transfer to a plate covered with paper towels. Serve warm or at room temperature. Makes 30 empanadas.
Helpful Hints 9
Turkey Empanadas 12o Wrapped Smokies with Mustard Sauce 13 o Spinach Artichoke Dip in Bread Bowls 14 o Meatball Puffs 15 o Tasty Flowers 16 o Chicken and Dumplings 17 o Cheese Balls 18 o Shrimp and Pork Pot Stickers 19 o Cocktail Biscuits 20 o Zucchini and Cheese Roll-Ups 21 o Bruschetta 22 o Potato Turnovers 23 o Jalapeno Puffers 24 o Cheese Crescents 25 o Pepperoni Bites 26 o Feta Biscuits 27
Focaccia Bread 30 o Italian Style Flatbread 31 o Cheesy Pull-Apart Bread 32 o Bubble Ring 33 o
Cheese-Topped Biscuits 34 o Poppy-Onion Loaf 35 o Garlic Bread 36 o Herbed Biscuit Strips 37 o Cinnamon Nut Biscuits 38 o Cinnamon Biscuit Fans 39 oCaramel Apple Pull-Apart Biscuits 40 o Praline Meltaway Biscuits 41o Lemon Pull-Apart Coffee Cake 42 o Maple Breakfast Rolls 43 o Pineapple Biscuits 44 o Cinnamon Pull-Apart Bread 45 o Monkey Bread 46
Breakfast Breakfast Biscuit Sandwiches 48 o Cheddar Biscuit Quiche 49 o Sausage Quiche 50 o Herbed Biscuit Egg
Bake 51 o Bacon Quiche Tarts 52 o Scrambled Eggs Alfredo Bake 53 o Roasted Vegetable Strata 54 o Breakfast Pockets 55 o Ham and Cheese Casserole 56 o Breakfast Sandwiches 57 o Ham and Egg Pizzas 58 o Sausage Biscuit Pinwheels 59 o Bear Claws 60 o Apple Coffee Cake 61 o Doughnuts 62 o Blueberry Monkey Bread 63
Beefy Pepper Biscuits 66 o Broccoli and Tuna on Biscuits 67 o Barbecue Pork Sandwiches 68 o Cheddar Biscuits with Ham Salad 69 o Buttermilk Biscuits with Tomato Gravy 70 o Tomato and Kielbasa Sandwiches 71 o Calzones 72 o Tex-Mex Sandwiches 73 o Meatball Biscuits 74 o Sammiches 75 o Mini Pizza Bites 76 o Hot Turkey Sandwiches 77 o Bacon Tomato Biscuit Melts 78 o Sesame Hot Dogs 79 o Ham Biscuiwiches 80o Barbecups 81 o Krautburgers 82 o Crab Shortcakes 83 o Chicken Club Bake 84
Italian Casserole 86 o Biscuits and Tuna 87 o Mexican Fiesta Bake 88 o Taco Casserole 89 o Southwestern Bean Bake 90 o Turkey Pot Pie 91 o Chicken and Biscuit Casserole 92 o Beef Pot Pie 93 o Turkey and Biscuits 94 o Pan Pizza 95 o Louisiana Shrimp Casserole 96 o Vegetable Casserole 97 o Hot Turkey Salad 98 o Shrimp Newburg 99 o Beefy Cheese Bake 100 o Chicken with Biscuit Stuffing 101
Mini Cherry Pies 104 o Fruity Biscuits 105 o Sweet and Tangy Apricot Biscuits 106 o Crunchy Peanut Ring 107 o Chocolate Oatmeal Bars 108 o Peach Pinwheels 109 o Chantilly Cream Strawberry Shortcake 110 o Apple Upside-Down Cake 111 o Orange Biscuits 112 o Marmalade Biscuits 113 o White Chocolate Berry Bread Pudding 114 o Caramel Biscuit Bites 115 o Sweet Potato Bread Pudding 116 o Biscuit Cookies 117 o Doughnut Parfait 118 o Apple Turnovers 119 o Fried Fruit Pies 120
This book is WONDERFUL- in fact, I love the whole series! But canned biscuits are transformed into delicious appetizers, entrees, breads and desserts in a snap. All the recipes sound amazing (the calzones, fruit pies, and shrimp newburg WERE amazing). Best of all, the book itself and the recipes inside are totally smart and affordable. Who knew canned biscuits could be so versatile?
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