Baked Soup with Biscuits

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When I am visiting a multi-user site like Pinterest, it becomes fairly easy to know who the author of a recipe is, by the photograph. As cooks, we learn and that learning creates a style or quality to the food we create. That quality is then reflected in how our food looks.

Because we tend to do, what we do repeatedly, for better or worse, our style is set. One of the things I do is make soup, which is more vegetables and meat than broth. No matter how hard I try to have a light brothy soup, it is more like a stew with all the vegetables and meat. I also usually fill the biggest pot in the kitchen, making plenty for the freezer.

What is a set in her ways cook supposed to do?

Here is one idea, make Baked Soup with Biscuits.

This is especially handy for those busy, busy times when everyone is hungry and there are a million other things to get done also, like laundry. Or relaxing and getting caught up on how the day went. Or even just taking a moment for yourself. 

A super easy dinner of oven baked soup and biscuits.
Baked Soup and Biscuits
Baked Soup with Biscuits
by the seat of my pants!
425-degree oven

3-4 c homemade soup, a thick, meaty soup with lots of vegetables works best
Homemade Easy Drop Biscuits:

1 c self-rising flour - You may find our tale and recipe for whole-grain self-rising flour here!
2 T full-fat mayonnaise
1/2 c shredded cheese - if desired
1/2 c milk

Cut mayonnaise into the flour until the mixture resembles coarse crumbs. Stir in grated cheese. Add milk and mix only until moistened.

Easy drop biscuit dough over homemade soup, baked until golden brown.
Soup and biscuit dough ready for baking.

Pour soup into a 2 qt baking dish, drop dough into 4 mounds on top of the soup. Bake in preheated 425-degree oven for 25-30 minutes or until biscuits are golden brown and the soup is bubbly.

Easy and delicious, baked soup and biscuits, dinner is served!
Dinner is served!

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  1. Oh I am definitely making these biscuits, they sound delicious.

  2. I've always had trouble making biscuits. I'm going to try these -- maybe I'll have good luck using mayo -- a technique that is totally new to me.

  3. Hello Diane and Beth Fish, the biscuits are so easy. I have been making them this way for a long time. Always tender and if you want a more traditional biscuit shape, drop the dough into prepared muffin cups. Thanks for visiting.

  4. Great recipe, I am saving that one! I think I like the idea of dropping g the biscuits in rather than using a muffin pan. Rustic looking .

  5. I am seriously into soup. I'll try this.

  6. I am defiantly going to try making these. Please come share this at the Homesteader Hop

  7. I had to come back for seconds, you ought to hook up with Deb's Souoer Sunday. I know lots of people, fellow soup lovers, would love to get this recipe.


  8. Hi Melynda,
    I am very interested in the addition of the mayo to the biscuits, I can't wait to try this awesome recipe. Thanks so much for sharing with us at Full Plate Thursday. Have a great weekend and come back soon!
    Miz Helen

  9. I'm pinning this recipe, thanks for sharing.

  10. This sounds like a great, delicious recipe. Thanks for sharing with us at the homestead blog hop!


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