Cheese…seasoned ground beef…bacon…all baked in a fluffy biscuit (did I mention there was BACON?). 🙂
These little pillows of delight are delicious as a snack, appetizer, or served with your favorite soup or meal.
Give my recipe a try. I think you’ll like it.
Fluffy biscuits loaded with cheese, seasoned ground beef and BACON!
Author: Annie @ Annie's Chamorro Kitchen
- 1 pound ground beef
- 2 tablespoons beef flavored Dashida
- 10 slices bacon
- 4 cups Bisquick mix
- 1 tablespoon baking powder
- 4 cups shredded cheddar cheese
- 1 cup mayonnaise (YES, mayo)
- 1 cup Sprite (YES, sprite)
- Brown the ground beef with the Dashida seasoning; set aside to cool.
- Cook the bacon until crisp. Crumble the bacon into small bits; set aside. Reserve about 2 tablespoons of bacon fat.
- In a large mixing bowl, mix together the cooked ground beef, bacon bits, Bisquick mix, baking powder, and cheese.
- Fold in the reserved bacon fat, mayo, and sprite. Mix GENTLY, just until all ingredients are incorporated (do not overwork the dough).
- Using a large ice cream scoop (I used one that holds ¼ cup), scoop out balls of dough, placing them on a baking sheet 1 inch apart.
- Bake at 450 degrees for 10 minutes. Note: The cooked biscuit will feel slightly soft when the baking time is finished; do not be tempted to cook them longer, however. You are most likely feeling how soft the biscuits are because of the melted cheese.
- Immediately remove the biscuits to a wire cooling rack.
- Serve warm.
Enjoy as a snack or with your favorite soup or meal.
What is Dashida–never seen or heard of this seasoning. But sounds good :& delicious.
Julia, Dashida is a Korean brand of powdered beef bouillon. The attached photo shows what the bag looks like. While you can use any brand of powdered bouillon, the amount of sodium will vary by brand. You will have to taste your cooking as you go (difficult to do with biscuit dough) because the amount of beef bouillon you use will be different from the amount of Dashida I call for in my recipes.
Hello , My name is Joseph ,found your site looking for flat breads ,this recipe is intriguing , I am going to try it and also try using taco seasoning , some diced jalapeño , Monterey cheese Is the little red in photo dry chili , I like the idea of a drop biscuit and using bisquick …..
That’s probably bacon that looks red.