Herbed Biscuit Bites with Ricotta Cream and Onion Jam
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Lauren M. November 30, 2020
Pretty good. My biscuits weren't as light or fluffy as I would have liked. Lots of strong flavors are going toe to toe here between the onion jam (which is one of my absolute favorites) and the herbs in the biscuits. The whole family, even extended, all liked them and their bite size kept them come back again and again before Thanksgiving dinner mains were served.
Michelle November 29, 2019
I absolutely love these cookies! Such a flavor punch. I used them as thanksgiving treats and put cranberry jam and thyme on them. Big hit!
Nancy October 7, 2015
Hmmm I thought I did this right but I only got 17 by re-rolling the scraps. They look like yours, just way fewer. Excellent though. I'll have to double this and I will for sure make more!
MissNewEngland September 3, 2013
How about a recipe for real onion jam? I hate purchasing overpriced jars of things I can make better at home. I've got a wonderful recipe for maple onion marmalade that I developed last year, but the jam is something else... any suggestions?
mrslarkin September 3, 2013
I don't make onion jam. how about posting your recipe on the site? it sounds lovely.
Chef L. May 1, 2013
I hurt my index finger on my right hand and I'm catering a party on Friday night. Are there any purchased crackers you can recommend that will compliment the topping? It will make it so much easier for me.
mrslarkin May 1, 2013
Hi Chef Laura, I think any sturdy cracker will go nicely with the topping. If you can find one with cheese and/or herbs, even better! Good luck!
Eddie C. February 6, 2012
The doughnut hole cutter that came attached to your 2 inch biscuit cutter would be perfect for these biscuits.
Crapolla! My 2 ounces of microplane-grated Parmigiano Reggiano is missing from the ingredients list. Apologies!
arielleclementine December 9, 2011
sounds crazy-delicious! i double love tiny biscuits.
gingerroot December 9, 2011
These look really delicious! I'd be parked right next to them.
hardlikearmour December 8, 2011
These sound very tasty! Love the contrasts between the crisp biscuit, ricotta cream, and the onion jam.
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