I don’t serve bread every time we have spaghetti, but if I’m in the mood for some loudly-proclaimed-expressions-of-love-and-appreciation, I know that some kind of buttery bread will always do the trick.
This “recipe” is one of our favorites.
And it’s quick.
One (or two) cans of biscuits
1/4 (ish) cup of grated Parmesan cheese
Half a stick (or so) of butter
Cut the biscuits into quarters using kitchen scissors.
Spread flat in a pie pan or casserole dish. They really need to be a single layer to cook evenly. (In the picture, I had used a single can of the small biscuits, and it spread out while cooking to mostly fill a pie pan.)
Melt the butter in a glass measuring cup. (I usually put it in the microwave for 10-20 seconds at a time on 30-40% power.)
Pour the butter over the biscuits, sprinkle with Parmesan, and stir around to coat.
Bake according the the biscuit instructions on the can, and . . .
Yummy, buttery, Parmesan-ey goodness! (I’ve also made it with fresh garlic or a sprinkle of garlic salt when I didn’t have any Parmesan.)
Our menu plan for this week:
Monday – Grilled Chicken and Broccoli
Tuesday – Asian Salad with Chicken
Wednesday – Mexican Casserole
Thursday – Spaghetti squash and . . . grilled chicken
Friday – Out to Eat!!!
Saturday – Pizza Snowballs
Sunday – Home Groups (Someone else is cooking!)
My favorite tool that’s totally necessary for this recipe:
I’ll be linking this up to Menu Plan Monday over at OrgJunkie.com.