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Biscuit Pockets

on January 27, 2014

Looking for dish that’s fast, delicious, and makes great leftovers. This recipe fits the bill. Take your favorite filling. I used a spicy Italian sausage and mozzarella cheese as my filling. You could use a sloppy Joe filling, or  a breakfast sausage and cheese with some peppers as a filling, even make one that’s vegetarian. All you need is a can of your favorite biscuits in the tube. Roll each one out to around 8 inches in diameter. You want them to be fairly thin because they will puff up. Add your filling, fold them over and crimp the edges. Brush with an egg wash and bake according to the instruction on the tube. I served mine with a marinara sauce. So easy and yummy.Image

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