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Garlic Bites in 10" skillet???

pamperedbecky

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May 6, 2005
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I love the demo of making the garlic bites or the apple cinnamon bites (pull apart bread) in the small saute pan with the Grands biscuits. I want to double this recipe for a bigger brunch-themed show I have coming up. Do you think I could do this in the 10" Professional Covered Skillet? Has anyone tried doubling it? I know I could do two separate batches in the small saute pan, but the main recipe I'm doing (Ham and Cheddar Croissant Bake---yum! Just made it for dinner tonight to practice) is pretty involved and I don't want to spend any time on the 2nd recipe...I want it in the oven when guests come. Any ideas how long to cook it? Just thought I'd see if anyone tried doubling it. Thanks for your help! :D
 

janel kelly

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Feb 19, 2005
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I did the garlic bites in the 10 inch skillet all through the month of January and yes I just doubled the recipe. Its very easy and doesn't take long at all. You can have it in the oven baking if you want before everyone gets there. I've done it both ways. I kept it in the oven 25-30 minutes. Every oven was different so I just checked on it every so often.
 

janel kelly

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put a search in for pull apart bread and you'll find the document with the recipe listed in several threads.
 

pamperedbecky

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I have a file with some ideas, although most say to use a stick of butter. I've never done that and I think that would be way too much. For the Garlic Bites, for example, I use 2-3 tablespoons of butter.
 

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Could I make these in a the small oval baker? I'm doing a lunch-time show at work and all we have is a toaster oven. I'd like a dessert that I could make during the show.

Thanks,

Joan
 
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RachelNguyen

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I would give it a try in the oval baker. You could premelt the butter with the garlic in the baker and then just add the biscuits. I don't even cut mine up, just put the normal sized ones in whole. (10 to a can). Then I flip them one by one to coat with the butter. I used only 2-3 Tbs. of butter and they come out great.

Try it first, though!

Rachel
 
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