I should rename this blog "Lydia stuffs things into biscuits."
This recipe is one of Beardface's favorites. He loves it. Last week I asked if there was a meal I hadn't made in a while that he wanted. He said, "beef biscuits" without even thinking.
It's basically a meat pie with ground beef, barbecue sauce and a little cheese all stuffed in a biscuit.
This would also fall under out Eats on The Cheaps because the entire recipe cost about $4.50 total.
I saw this recipe in the back of a magazine once. It was insanely easy so I made it. Then I made it again and again and again.
It requires no effort, few ingredients and zero time.
What you'll need:
A can of Jumbo biscuits - 8 to a can
1/2 pound ground beef
1 cup cheese
onions, corn, mushrooms etc. (optional. All optional.)
half a bottle of bbq sauce
2 cups catsup (ketchup)
2 tbsp brown sugar
2 tsp onion powder
(mix the catsup, brown sugar and onion power in a boiler and let simmer for a few minutes)
Preheat your oven to 350.
Heat a skillet over low heat and brown that beef- breaking it up with a fork. I sometimes add onions, corn, mushrooms etc. etc.
Add your barbecue sauce.
In a muffin pan make a cup out of the muffins and push them down in the pan.
Fill each "cup" with a little beef and sprinkle with cheese.
Bake at 350 for 15 minutes.
I served my with a little broccoli slaw. It was fabulous.