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Parmesan-Garlic Pull-Apart with Pancetta

Our "favorite neighbors", Diana and Walt, came over for dinner last night. I guess
I need to add to my "You know you're a foodie when..." post the fact that Diana and I took at least 12 photos of food, and NONE of people!

We had this as an appetizer. It is a savory version of cinnamon "Monkey Bread".

Heat over to 375. Spray an 8 or 9" cake pan with cooking spray. (or use a loaf pan)
I used one can of refrigerator biscuits: Flakey, buttermilk, GRANDS, or even breadstick dough will work (a roll of 10).

Cut each biscuit in fourths, and roll into 40 balls of dough.

Roll each ball of dough into melted butter, then garlic and herbs, then parmesan.


Starting in center of pan, make a "spiral" of the covered dough balls. Pour any remaining butter, herbs and parmesan over top. I added a little cooked pancetta.


Bake 20 min. and let cool for 5 minutes before removing from pan. Serve warm.
Serves 8


Comments (1)


WOWZA! That's the most delicious sunflower I've ever seen! Love the plate, Palma, and your recipe sounds scrumptious!

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