Wednesday, August 13, 2008

Parmesan and Smoked Paprika Biscuits

I had these parmesan and smoked paprika biscotti bookmarked from Il Cavoletto di Bruxelles for a while, and last night finally decided it had cooled down enough to turn on the oven to 400 degrees.
















All you do is mix butter with parmesan, then flour, smoked paprika, salt, and an egg yolk. Roll up, refrigerate overnight, slice, and bake.

They taste just like a Cheez-It! I think next time I make them I'll slice them thinner, and maybe add a little more paprika, or some black pepper.

If you like cheesy crackery biscuity things, make these!

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18 comments:

kat said...

Probably a really nice thing to serve at a wine tasting

Alexa said...

Nice combination of flavors. Seems like it would go great with some creamy scrambled eggs.

Vicki said...

Hi Kat & Alexa - Both great ideas, I'll keep them in mind for next time!

noble pig said...

Sounds wonderful I would love them with a salad.

Vicki said...

Hi NP - Great idea! Maybe arugula and tomatoes with the biscuits crumbled on top...

SuDoughName said...

I love this! Love the two ingredients =)

Vicki said...

Hi SDN - Me too! Can't wait to make them again.

Anya said...

Yum! I am definitely going to have to try these!

Vicki said...

Hi Anya -
They're tasty, you won't be disappointed!

Lori said...

Anything that tastes cheesy is a winner to me! They look great. Lets see if I can duplicate!

Vicki said...

Hi Lori -
Cheese = love. Thanks for visiting!

mimi said...

i love cheez-its!! but in the spirit of trying to eat healthier, i don't think i've eaten one in ages. would love to make these, yours came out looking so yummy.

also, i'm hosting "think spice" this month, and picked paprika! what a happy coincidence, so if you want to join the event, just email me.

Vicki said...

Hi Mimi -
I might have to break out my chicken paprikas for the event...
Thanks for visiting!

Zo said...

The original recipe is in Spanish and I have yet to learn it :P Would you mind posting the recipe in English? They look so good...

Zo said...

lol, sorry just realised it's italian, and with a little help from google translate I've got it now.

Vicki said...

Hey Zo -
Isn't Google translate great? Just be sure to convert degrees C to F! Thanks for visiting!

Sandy Smith said...

I find Cheez-Its to be weirdly addicting, so I'm sure these will mean big trouble for me. Nevertheless, I can't wait to try them! They look delicious!

Vicki said...

Hi Sandy -
These are better than CheezIts! Make a half-batch, you won't feel so guilty :)