Tuesday, July 20, 2010

Garlic knots

Hmmm...garlic, I love it! Here is a great snack for a party or as a side item to go with spaghetti or baked ziti. These measurements for the ingredients are estimates. I just kind of put however much looks right, but I tried to come up with amounts for you in case you like to measure everything.

20 canned refrigerator biscuits (I buy the extremely cheap store brand that come with the four cans in one pack. They are only like $1 or $2 and I think they work the best.)
1 stick butter
6 garlic cloves (finely minced or use handheld grated)
1/2 cup parmesan
salt, to taste

Take each biscuit and, using scissors, cut them in half. Then, roll each piece into a log or snake shape and twist into a knot. They will be small. Place them all on a greased cookie sheet and cook until lightly golden (on temperature on can). They do not spread much so you can put them pretty close together. Place all the knots in a large bowl.

In a microwave safe container, place the butter and the garlic. Put in the microwave just until the butter is melted. Pour the butter over the knots and toss. Then, toss in the parmesan cheese. Sprinkle with salt.

2 comments:

Teresa said...

Oh my gosh, these sound amazing!!! Thanks.

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