Saturday, January 17, 2009

Pretzel Biscuits

When I was making the Chicken & Spinach Cups, I used the Bisquick mix I purchased over the holidays to make the cups. Once I got the dough rolled and cut I had just a bit of dough left over. Now I was gonna just shape it into a biscuit and stick it in the oven the same time as the cups but instead, I decided to play around with it instead. Don't ask me what possessed me to do this, I have no idea.

I rolled the leftover dough into a long tube shape.

Then I twisted it.

Then I folded the twist part over.

And shaped it like a pretzel.

Then I brushed it with some water, sprinkled it with kosher salt all over, and baked it along with those cups at 400 degrees until it was nicely browned, and when it came out of the oven, I brushed it with some melted butter and I ate it!

Honestly, I loved it! Who knew?

Now, course it really is just a biscuit that is shaped like a pretzel and sprinkled with salt ... but I could totally see doing this on purpose! And so, I thought I would share my pretzel biscuit with you!


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