Tuesday, November 15, 2011

Easy Parmesan Knots

The other night for dinner, I decided to have some delicious cheese raviolis. I figured the perfect thing to accompany them would be these easy parmesan knots I saw on pinterest. They are originally pinned from Real Mom Kitchen.

From Real Mom Kitchen
This pin is super easy! Use a tube of refrigerated buttermilk biscuits as the dough portion of the knot. Take each biscuit and roll it into a rope. Then tie into a knot, tucking the ends under. Place on baking sheet.

Bake for 8-10 minutes at 400.

Combine canola oil, parmesan cheese, garlic powder, dried oregano, and dried parsley flakes in a bowl.

Brush this mixture on the warm rolls.


The Verdict: Great pin! Quick, easy and super tasty. Didn't my dinner look awesome?

Things to note/consider: My knots were super parmesany (yes, I created a word). I think next time I’d cut down the parmesan down just a tad.  Also, my knot tying skills could use some work but they still tasted great. Other than that, perfect pin! It was so easy to make while the raviolis were cooking.

Bonus pin review!

I’ve seen a pin several times that says if you put a wooden spoon over boiling water, it will prevent the water from boiling over. Unfortunately, I never repined it so I don’t have the original source. BUT, I can say that pin is untrue. Myth solved!

I tired to get a picture of it happening but I was too slow. This picture is of after it boiled over, but you can see the residue along the side.

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