I recently indulged in some fantastic, buttery biscuits, and while I do enjoy them by themselves, it's fun to try a twist on a beloved baked good. Using materials I had lying around, I found this fun way to spruce up the ordinary biscuit. You'll surprise yourself with how quickly you'll transform flour to tasty biscuits. I found myself waiting for the biscuits to finish baking rather than the cranberry sauce to finish cooking. (Is this a sauce or chutney?) While the chutney brings in its anticipated sweet and fruity qualities, it seems to harmonize with the decidedly creamy elements of both biscuit and Brie. I did try one with the Brie rind on, and I found it ok, but James thought the rind robbed the palate's attention from the stars of the show. Nevertheless, I say customize it to your heart's content!
Yield: 20 biscuits
|2 cups||instant flour mix (or Bisquick)|
|2/3 cup||milk||or water|
|Brie cheese, sliced|
|1 cup||cranberry sauce|
- Gather all materials.
- Mix Bisquick with milk.
- Roll out dough on a well floured surface, and fold over 3 times.
- Cut out biscuits. You should get 10-12 biscuits.
- Bake at 450F until golden brown and delicious, about 10 minutes.
- Once biscuits cool sufficiently (but just barely!) cut biscuits in half horizontally.
- Place cheese on biscuit, and then top with cranberries and walnuts.