Posted: 1/8/2013 2:41:10 PM
By the way, just turn over your muffin tin and spray with a non stick spray and press the biscuit around every other bump and bake them into a bowl. Easy. No messing with foil unless you want to. This is the easiet way though.
Posted: 1/8/2013 2:38:18 PM
I really don't get it when people say they are a "chef" and Pillsbury biscuits are too much trouble. Really? It does not get any easier and I cook a lot from scratch. I just can't make better biscuits than Pillsbury. They save me so much time too. This is a great recipe and it can be altered for a chicken filling too. My family is worth a little extra 5 minutes of my time in the kitchen and boy do they appreciate it!
Posted: 1/8/2013 12:05:46 PM
Too much darn work for those "biscuit cups". Do what Panera bread does and buy some hearty whole wheat large rolls, hollow out the roll, reserving the bread chunk for dipping. Pour hot stew into roll, add a salad and Bob's Your Uncle! Made this for lunch today, too fantastic and cheap, to boot! Had tapioca pudding with Mandarin Oranges for dessert. :)
Posted: 10/22/2012 7:58:09 PM
Skip the biscuits - too much trouble to make and not all that good. Just doctor up the soup as directed, add a side salad, and it will be fine.
Posted: 11/9/2011 7:23:35 PM
This is a great quick meal! My husband really enjoyed it.. Cant beat good slow cooked beef stew, but this is a really close second.. Will make again!
Posted: 2/5/2011 3:59:36 PM
Three cheers for this quick and filling dinner for two. My husband and I both loved it! Not only does it tastes good and is filling, but it looks great too!