Posted: 2/24/2013 8:19:56 PM
Just made this for dinner and it was a hit. Even my super picky husband liked it! I didn't find them hard to seal at all. I used a fork to seal the edges same as hand pies. We will eat this again when I need something fast and easy.
Posted: 2/24/2013 7:57:33 PM
I just finished popping these in the oven. I hardly post ( although I read review a lot) but I felt I should post to let people know about the folding step.
I tried to fold the dough in half on the first one and just like other reviewers stated, the meat sauce comes out and once the edge gets moistened the sealing part is near impossible because the dough gets wet and sticky. What I did for the remaining ones was instead of folding over I took both sides and actually sealed it upright instead of on its side as the reciepe suggests. This way the meat sauce stays at the bottom as you bring the
Posted: 2/23/2013 7:56:48 PM
I made these for dinner and it was such a pain in the neck!!! Sealing them is nearly impossible and the bottoms get soggy and everyhting falls out, they taste ok but for all the trouble it is hardly worth it.
Posted: 2/20/2013 10:54:39 AM
Wow, we made these for dinner and my children love them !!!!! Thanks Pillsbury for making the same meals, just in a different way !! Thanks !!
Posted: 2/19/2013 5:21:39 PM
Just got done trying these. Made them up for a snack type thing. The only thing that I left out was the chili powder. The reason for leaving that out is since I knew that my mom was going to try one also, I had to leave it out because she is allergic to spice things. As soon as they came out of the oven, she was right there grabbing one. We both love them. The next time I make them for myself, I will be putting in the chili powder or even nacho cheese sauce. LOVED THEM. They are great for just for a snack.
Posted: 2/18/2013 7:14:05 PM
OK, these did taste ok when I finally got them made, but someone should warn people that when you put the sloppy joe mix into the biscuit, it made it very sticky and was very hard to fold over and seal! Then to try and scoop it off the wax paper I was using on the counter was a huge mess! I would suggest flouring your work surface before making these, or you will have the same problem. A big sticky mess!!
Posted: 2/18/2013 6:27:47 AM
I couldn't imagine how these would taste, bisquits with sloppy joe meat? Sounded terrible. Boy was I wrong!! These were great! I had left over sloppy joe filling and some shredded cheddar, I omitted the extra chili powder, didn't think they needed it and decided what the heck. They turned out wonderful. These are great way for my husband to take leftovers to work for his lunch and so easy to put together. Thanks for this great idea!
Posted: 2/17/2013 6:56:31 PM
I made these with shredded BBQ pork. They were real good too.
I am anxious to try some of the other reviews I have read!
Posted: 2/17/2013 3:13:06 PM
My family loved these so much, they asked me to make them twice in the same week! I added some chopped onion the second time I made them. I used an upside down plate to stretch the Grands out on so they stayed open to fill. Then just pinched them shut and baked. An awesome, easy meal!