Italian Biscuit Flat Bread is made with canned biscuit dough, Italian spices, garlic and Parmesan cheese. It’s an EASY side dish for meats or soups!
My husband and I have had a friend (whom we’ve known for 40+ years) staying with us for the past week. One evening I made a side dish of delicious Italian biscuit flat bread (filled with Parmesan cheese, garlic, etc.) to accompany some grilled pork chops. The flat bread is sooo good!
The weather has turned gorgeous and sunny the past few days in the Portland area! The three of us have enjoyed being outside more and even grilling a few dinners on our trusty Weber BBQ! Our friend was going to stay with us for two nights, but we were having such a great time, she stayed for a week!
Okay- But WHAT Does Italian Biscuit Flat Bread Have In It?
We really enjoyed the Italian biscuit flat bread. It basically can go with just about any favorite meal you would normally serve with bread. Canned biscuit dough is flattened into large rounds, then topped with a creamy, well seasoned mixture.
The mixture includes Parmesan, basil, oregano, green onions, etc. and really gives the bread a wonderful flavor. Truthfully, the ingredients (which includes mayonnaise- really?) sounded weird when I first found the recipe many years ago…but trust me. This Italian biscuit flat bread is delicious!
If you’re looking for something besides a dinner roll or garlic bread to serve with a meal, I hope you will give these a try. The filling is mixed, spread on the biscuit dough rounds, and then baked until the cheese on top is bubbly. That’s it, so you can see just how easy it is to make!
I usually have most of the simple ingredients in our pantry, so I only need to buy a can of refrigerated biscuits when I decide to make the Italian biscuit flat bread. It is a quick, economical, delicious and “easy to make” recipe… I hope you will enjoy this bread like we do!
I really hope you consider trying this simple recipe for Italian Biscuit Flat Bread. It is truly delicious, and can be served with most entrees. Have a great day.
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Recipe Adapted from: http://www.pillsbury.com/recipes/italian-biscuit-flatbread/eaf7f806-c6c1-4378-a314-6219cac5d7c9
Italian Biscuit Flat Bread is made with canned biscuit dough, Italian spices, garlic and Parmesan cheese. It's an EASY side dish for meats or soups!
- 1/2 cup mayonnaise
- 2/3 cup Parmesan cheese
- 1/4 teaspoon dried basil
- 1/4 teaspoon dried oregano
- 3 Tablespoon green onion (white and green parts), chopped
- 1 minced garlic clove (or substitute 1/4 tsp. garlic powder)
- 10 ounce can refrigerated biscuits (I use Grands Biscuits...but cheap biscuits work, too!)
- *Optional: dried parsley and paprika (sprinkled on top for garnish)
- Preheat oven to 400 degrees.
- In a small bowl, mix all ingredients together except for the biscuits (and paprika and parsley, if using). Set aside.
- Separate the biscuit dough into 8 biscuits.
- On an ungreased work surface, press or roll (with rolling pin) each biscuit out into a 4 inch circle. Place biscuit rounds 1" apart onto ungreased baking sheet.
- Spread 1 TBSP of the cheese mixture onto each biscuit (to the edges).
- *If desired, sprinkle the top of the cheese mixture with dried parsley and paprika before baking.
- Bake for 10-13 minutes in a preheated 400 degree oven, or until cheese bubbles and begins to slightly turn golden color on top.
- Remove flat breads from baking sheet; serve, and enjoy!
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