This is a tasty, easy-to-make recipe that is perfect for parties, brunches, or family meals.
350 degrees for 15-20mins.
1-2 cans of flaky biscuits (I used Pillsbury, but any flaky biscuit would work)
1 pound (or more) ground meat (ANY meat will work - use what you prefer)
A couple of tablespoons Ketchup
A cup (or more) of your favorite BBQ sauce
A teaspoon onion flakes (or onion powder)
2 tablespoons brown sugar (optional)
1/2 to 1 cup frozen or canned corn (or fresh corn kernels if you want to take the time)
Shredded cheese (I use cheddar but any meltable cheese should work).
spatula or scraper
Stovetop & Oven
- Place ground meat in frying pan and cook on medium heat
- When ground meat is cooked, add ketchup, onion flakes, and brown sugar and cook for 2-3 more minutes
- Add enough BBQ sauce to thoroughly cover/moisten the meat with sauce (but you don't want bbq soup!) and add the corn
- Cook at least another 4 minutes, mixing occasionally to keep it from sticking to the pan (add more BBQ sauce if the meat starts to dry out)
- Once cooked, remove pan from heat and let cool while you start the next steps
- Open can(s) of biscuits
- Place each biscuit into a muffin cup and press in to form a cup-shape
- Spoon meat mixture into each cup (trying to distribute the meat evenly between all the biscuit cups)
- Place in oven (you can follow the biscuit directions on the biscuit tin) and bake for 11 minutes at 350 degrees.
- At the 11 minute mark, pull the muffin tins out. Each BBQ Cup should be a light gold-color on the outside at this point - if they are still raw-looking, return to the oven and keep cooking until they are a light golden brown
- IF the BBQ Cups are a light golden brown, sprinkle shredded cheese on top of each BBQ Cup. and return to oven to finish cooking.
- Cook another 4 minutes (or more) until the cheese is melted and starting to bubble.
- Remove the muffin tins from the oven and let cool
As a side note, I think you could fill these with a variety of other ingredients (such as refried beans, rice, meat, and salsa - for a Mexican-based flavor, or perhaps sweet & sour sauce and chicken for a asian-based flavor). Also, I think you could cut the biscuits in half (or maybe quarters) and use them in mini-muffin tins.. for an appetizer-sized option. Hmmmm.... I may have to try a couple of these options myself!