Sunday, September 19, 2010

Savory Pull-apart Bread

Savory Pull-Apart bread

I served this at our get together and it wasn't my best one so try the recipe and make it yummy. This comes off the Bisquick recipe site and there are a lot of other good recipes using veggies.

10 sun-dried tomato halves (not packed in oil)
2 cups original Bisquick mix (I make my own)
3/4 cups milk
a mix of cheeses (what ever you have on) hand 8 ozs
All these items can be substituted with what ever comes from the garden
fresh items should be saute' to remove moisture and caramelize the sugars.
I do it in a big frying pan. I chop every thing finely so the recipe goes together fast. My family loves this for an afternoon snack.

3/4 cup roasted bell pepper (drain the jar and chop finely
1 tablespoon of chopped fresh oregano (1 teas dried)
1 tablespoon of chopper fresh basil (1 teas dried)
Herbs of your choice
artichoke quarters, dried and chopped
1-3 garlic cloves finely chopped
Onions, shallots
2 tablespoons olive oil

Heat over 425 degrees
Grease 9x9x2 pan

Cover dried tomatoes with boiling water. Let stand for 10 minutes, drain and chop finely.

Mix Bisquick mix, tomatoes, half the cheese and the milk in a medium bowl. Stir until a dough forms, be careful not to over mix.

In another bowl mix: remaining cheese, the saute' veggies, the herbs and oil.

In your greased 9x9 drop half the dough by tablespoons closely together in an irregular pattern in the pan. spoon half of the cheese mixture over the dough. Drop remaining dough over cheese and then top with the rest of the cheese mixture.

Bake for 20 minutes of until golden brown. Serve warm

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