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Parmesan Biscuit Wedges

This is a relative of the baking powder biscuit. It would be perfect to serve with soup (since we love to dip bread in the soup.).  The parmesan adds great flavor.  These are quick, easy and tasty!
Parmesan Biscuit Wedges
adapted from Paula Deen
2 cups flour
1 Tablespoon baking powder
1/2 teaspoon salt
1/3 grates Parmesan cheese plus a little more for sprinkling.
1/2 cup butter, cut into cubes and softened
1 egg
1/2 cup milk
1 Tablespoon butter, melted
Preheat oven to 400 degrees. In a food processor(or with a fork), combine the flour, baking powder and parmesan. Add the butter and blend until the butter is mixed with the dry ingredients.  Transfer mix to a medium mixing bowl.
In a small bowl combine the milk and egg.  Beat and pour into the flour mixture. With a fork gently mix until the dough sticks together.  It will be wet and sticky.  Turn the dough on a floured board and with floured hands gently knead three times, or until the dough holds together.   The dough will be moist.
Pat the dough out in into a circle about 1/2 inch thick and place on a greased cookie sheet.  Cut in wedges with a pizza cutter.
Brush with 1 Tablespoon melted butter and sprinkle with Parmesan cheese.
Bake for 11-13 minute, or until golden brown. Serve warm.
These would be great served with: California Chowder, Baked Beef Stew , Crock Pot Minestrone Soup or many others!! Enjoy!


  1. Those sound delicious! I may have to try those.


  2. I would love to try them with a green salad. I am sure they taste great!

  3. OMGoodness those look fab and a recipe with only one cube of butter by her. Really??? LOL :)

  4. Oh my, these look absolutely delcious. I think I'll try them with a soup this fall, thanks for sharing!

    I have passed on a "Versatile Blogger" award to you Tiffanee (back on my blog). Just ignore it if you are too busy!

  5. What a yummy addition to soup and stew! This looks delicious!

  6. I love this recipe because not only would it taste good - it's pratical and I can make it my own and really use it in a lot of different ways. Thanks!

  7. Oh yum! What a fun shape, too! Thanks for the recipe!

  8. Next time I want biscuits, I'm so trying this! My last ones didn't rise and just didn't look good. These cut into wedges, sound awesome and super tasty! Thanks!

  9. YUM Tiffanee! These kind of remind me of a savory scone because of their shape. :-)

  10. Yum, these are needed for our soup saturdays! It is pretty much the only day of the week, we know what we will be eating.


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