• Stuffed Ring Bread

    STUFFED RING BREADYou know what I’m going to say by now, don’t you? That’s right; there’s really no right or wrong stuffing to go in this ring bread so I’ll tell you what I used today, but also know that I love to add black olives and poppy seed as well.

    The recipe actually evolved from one given to me by my dear friend, Myrt, but if you are in a hurry, there is absolutely no reason why you have to make this in a bundt pan as a ring bread. You can simply stuff, seal, and bake on a cookie sheet, which takes much less time and you don’t have to sweat the ring holding together like I do every single time I make it!

    Ingredients

    2 Rolls of Grands Biscuits (I used wheat.)
    1 Pound Lean Hamburger Meat
    1 Large Onion
    1 Large Bell Pepper (I used green.)
    Several green tops off of young onions.
    Garlic Salt
    Cayenne Pepper
    Butter
    Mozerella Cheese, grated

    Preparation

    Preheat oven to 350 degrees.

    1. Brown meat, onion, onion tops, and bell pepper. Season to taste. Drain if there is excess grease.

    2. If you are using other ingredients such as olives, ground nuts, raisins, stir into meat.

    3. Melt about 1/4 cup butter and pour into bundt pan, making sure all area is covered.

    4. Open biscuits, take one, and stretch and flatten just a bit. Fill with a small amount of meat mixture and a pinch of mozerella cheese.

    5. Fold biscuit in half and seal well so no stuffing escapes.

    6. When you have several filled, begin placing (seam side down) into the bundt pan. Do not let butter get between biscuits or they will not hold together.

    7. You will have to do a little bit of configuring to make your biscuits fit the curve of the pan.

    8. Bake and begin checking after 14 minutes.

    9. Allow biscuits to cool for about 10 minutes on a rack before unmolding onto your serving plate. I often brush with melted butter after ring is unmolded.

    You can use any stuffing you like.

    You can use any stuffing you like.

    Flatten your biscuit a bit, stuff, and seal well.

    Flatten your biscuit a bit, stuff, and seal well.

    If you want ring bread, begin fitting your biscuits into a buttered bundt pan.

    If you want ring bread, begin fitting your biscuits into a buttered bundt pan.

    Or just fill, seal, and bake in a buttered casserole.

    Or just fill, seal, and bake in a buttered casserole.

    You will have to do a little manipulating to make the bread pieces fit together.

    You will have to do a little manipulating to make the bread pieces fit together.

    Be sure that you cook until done so that the bread will unmold well.

    Be sure that you cook until done so that the bread will unmold well.

    Enjoy!

    Enjoy!

    This bread does make an occasional interesting change that your family will enjoy. However, I don’t want to mislead you. Good though it is, it does not equal our other bread recipes here on Texans United.

    About Fredda Jones

    Fredda Davis Jones was raised “in the country” in Comanche County and learned very early that creativity and innovation are traits that can flourish even in small-town Texas and that with enough effort, indeed nothing is impossible, including being married to the same man for over 40 years! Rickey and Fredda have 2 children, 5 grandchildren, and a crazy life that includes sitting in the bleachers several times a week. The rest of her time is spent creating great content for texansunited.com and marketing small-town Texas.
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