Take-out Tuesday, Spicy Biscuit Bundt

I saw a recipe over at Nest of Posies and thought it would be perfect with a big bubbling pot of chili~

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Hot, crusty, cheesy, spicy, mmmmm….!

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I put this together the other night when I was so tired I could have had a big glass of vino and a cookie  skipped dinner but there were other hungry mouths to feed… so I crawled into the kitchen on bloody knees popped into the kitchen~

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It only took minutes to grate some cheese, chopped the onion and cut up the biscuits

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Drain the chilies and toss everything together in a bowl

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and turn into a greased bundt pan

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After about 20 minutes you will be rewarded for your effort with a cheesy aroma of bread

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Loosen any edges that might have stuck to the pan with the tip of a knife and invert ring onto a plate

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I used a knife to serve the first piece but after that you can rip a hunk off unless you’re a princess and require better manners

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Here is my version of the Mexican Bubble Bread recipe

SPICY BISCUIT BUNDT  for a printable version click here

2 cans regular size bisuits

3 green onions, sliced

3 oz Extra Sharp Cheddar cheese, grated

3 oz Manchego cheese, grated

1/2 to 1 4 oz can diced green chiles, drained  [I used 1/2 can because I don’t like too much heat, but go wild if you like]

Cut the biscuits into quarters.  Place in a bowl with the other ingredients and gently toss around.  Turn into a greased bundt pan and bake at 375 for about 20 minutes, checking often at the end until just done.  Invert ring onto a serving plate.  Serve warm Makes 8 servings.

For another similar recipe see Salsa Bread, another easy spicy biscuit bread.  Enjoy!

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8 Responses to “Take-out Tuesday, Spicy Biscuit Bundt”
  1. Sounds like a fun bread! Fingers are fine, no princesses here:@)

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  2. a quiet life says:

    thanks for visiting me and leaving such a nice comment 😉

    this looks wonderful, i adore sweet gooey things, but i could be persuaded to have this for dinner!

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  3. This is such a fun and unique recipe! This would make a great appetizer on game day – I know my hubby would LOVE it!

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  4. Trish @ Mom On Timeout says:

    This bread looks so yummy! Totally unique and something I know my hubby would appreciate on game day!

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  5. Mary says:

    “Rip a hunk off unless you’re a princess and require better manners” LOL, that’s how we eat our bread here! Looks wonderful, we love any kind of bread in a bundt!

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  6. Shawna says:

    That looks so good and I do believe I will have to make that New Years Eve. Thank you for sharing it on our Four Seasons Blog Hop. Pinning now.

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