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Thread: chicken and biscuit bake YUMMY!!

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    Super Member terri bb's Avatar
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    chicken and biscuit bake YUMMY!!

    i tried this out a while back and its become one of my favorites!!

    http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/a...ipe/index.html

    alton brown makes the yummiest things! i have varied off of this recipe but try and follow the 'basic' part. i use roasted turkey that i can instead of chicken, im sure roast beef would work fantastic just use beef boullion and beef seasonings rather than the sage, etc. ive also noticed alot of sage will green the gravy so i have backed off on that. since i am using 'canned' meat, it only takes about 20 mins to prep. the biscuits come together in a SNAP with the food processor.

    fast, easy, and back to sewing!
    A rolling stone gathers no moss

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    I do this, too, but I'm super lazy so I use canned biscuits. Very quick and everyone likes it. I also do it with browned hamburger and all the leftover veggies in the fridge. I add a can of veggie soup to glue it together and top with biscuits.

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    Seems like when I use canned biscuits (like Pillsbury's Grands), they don't cook on the bottoms. The side that is in the gravy stays raw and is disgusting! What am I doing wrong?
    Sue

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    I think it would also be good if you used the pie crust in the box (pillsbury) and roll it out to fit the top of the pan. No gooey biscuits to contend with if you are having trouble making them. At any rate, this sounds yummy and will have to try it to. Thanks for sharing the recipe.

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    I make a biscuit batter using: 2 cups of Bisquick, 1 egg, 1 cup milk, 4 Tablesspoons of melted butter and pour over the meat-veggie mixture. Sometimes I add some shredded cheddar cheese and garlic powder. This will bake all the way through and no more soggy toppings! enjoy
    Bev

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    thank you so much as the wife of a chicken breeder( show birds) we eat a lot of ewjects. i'm always looking for a new way
    Caren.

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