Party Panache, Salsa Bread

Say salsa bread around my house and people start lining up.  So easy, so simple and so cheesy good. It is always gobbled up.  You can serve it as a side dish, add meat and more veggies for a main dish, or its great for an appetizer or snacks at a football watching  party or tailgate.  Variations are as endless as your imagination, but this is our favorite.

Here’s the recipe:

SALSA BREAD   for a printable version click here

2 cans Pillsbury Grands biscuit dough
4-5 green onions, chopped
1/2-1 jar salsa
lots of grated cheddar cheese

Cut biscuits into 1/8ths.  Put biscuit pieces into a greased baking dish, in one layer if possible.  Toss with green onions and salsa to just cover dough but not drenched.  Toss in some cheese, then top with additional cheese.  Bake at 375 for 20-25 minutes until biscuits are done and golden.
8-10 servings

Cut the biscuits into 1/8ths with a knife or kitchen scissors.

In a greased shallow baking dish spread a thin layer of salsa then toss in the biscuit dough pieces.  Try to keep them in a single layer so they will cook evenly

drizzle with salsa and sprinkle with cheese

Gently stir

Chop some green onions and toss those in

Bake at 375 about 20-25  minutes


add green onions, sliced black olives, black beans, corn, salsa, grated cheese, sausage, ground beef, or taco meat.  Serve with sour cream and guacamole
Instead of the salsa, onions and cheese cook 6-8 pieces of bacon and crumble.  Toss bacon, bleu cheese crumbles, pecan pieces or walnut, with 1/2 c mayo or butter . Gently toss with biscuit pieces and bake as above
Eliminate salsa, onions & cheddar. Toss biscuit pieces with chopped proscuitto, pepperoni or salami, chopped artichokes, mayo, sundried tomatoes or diced tomato, Parmesan or mozzarella, 1 tsp Italian seasoning, 1/2 c mayo or Marinara

3 Responses to “Party Panache, Salsa Bread”
  1. lulu says:

    This couldn’t be any easier. It’s a must try here.

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