Garlic Bites

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  1. Hi,

    At Leadership Conference, people were talking about the recipe for Garlic Bites baked in the Small Saute Skillet. Does anyone have this recipe and do you double it for larger crowds?

    Thank you.
    Jodi Gross, Independent Future Director
  2. I have It

    I am attaching to you my spring recipe list, I have included the pull apart bread, or garlic bites, as part of my demos for the pan o rama. There are 3 different variations on there to choose from.

    Hope this helps. You could also do a search on this forum for pull apart bread and you would get some of the same recipes.

    Attached Files:

  3. fruit76loop

    fruit76loop Gold Member

    Double it!!

    You will definately want to double this recipe for groups larger than 15. Depending on the pans you have, you could double it and use a larger skillet or you can do two batches. (I have done this in the past where I throw one in the oven as the guests are arriving, thus, the smell is wonderful! Then I do a quick demo for the second batch.
  4. Garlic bread in Fam Skillet or small Saute

    Small Saute pan
    I use 2 cans of Country Style bisc.
    3 cloves garlic
    1/2 stick butter

    Family Skillet
    4 cans Country Style Bisc
    5 cloves garlic
    1 stick butter
  5. Thank you for your responses

    I appreciate the responses to my recipe requests. i don't want to seem dense, but, how about directions. Do you cut the biscuits into quarters? How long do you bake them?

    Thank you.
  6. Melt the butter and garlic together in the pan, Quarter the biscuits with the the kitchen shears. I usually stir them around a bit once in the pan to prevent sticking to each other.
    Bake 350
    Small Saute pan 12-16 minutes or until golden brown
    Family Skillet 15-25 minutes or until golden brown
  7. Thank you.

    Thank you for the directions. I hope I sell lots of cookware!

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