- Preheat the oven to 375.
- Pop open the can of biscuits, and separate them into 8 biscuits.
- Using your hands, fold each biscuit piece in half (into a half-moon shape), and then roll it out into a 9” snake. Use both hands to press down while you roll back and forth until a snake shape forms.
- Once each piece of dough is 9” long, make a loop in the center (see photo), and then tuck one end into the center of the loop to form a loop.
- Place each knot on a parchment-lined baking sheet.
- Melt the butter and whisk in the salt, garlic powder and dried herbs. Brush generously over each knot, but reserve about 2 tablespoons for when the rolls come out of the oven.
- Pile 1 tablespoon of Dubliner on each roll.
- Bake the knots until golden brown, about 14-15 minutes. Keep an eye on them, and don’t be afraid of a little browning.
- When the knots come out of the oven, brush with the remaining butter mixture, and serve.
I have so many ideas for hosting Fall parties this year. I’m practically counting down the last few days of summer, while simultaneously packing my calendar with Fall party plans.
When the air starts to feel brisk, I want to host a chili party with two types of chili (one pot of white chicken chili and one pot of regular beef chili, of course), and plenty of toppings for people to choose. I’m imagining big bowls of grated cheese, diced onions, chopped cilantro and sliced jalapeños on a long buffet table with bowls at either end for guests.
I also want to host a soup party with several types of soup bubbling on the stove as everyone gathers. The guests could bring their own bowls and spoons and help themselves.
These fall parties will be in addition to our regular Halloween party where everyone brings appetizers and we shake up drinks all night long. Bite-size party food is everyone’s favorite food!
I’ve been on the hunt for a bread or roll recipe that would be perfect to serve at all of these parties. These Dubliner Cheese Garlic Knots are just the thing! Garlic knots go great with chili, soups, and stews, and they’re also very welcome on an appetizer table. The flavors of buttery garlic brushed on bread dough is irresistible.
This recipe is so easy to make because its starts with a can of refrigerated flaky biscuits! The recipe starts with just 1 can of 8 jumbo biscuits, but you can scale it up as needed. Each biscuit dough disk is folded in half, and then rolled into a long snake that you can twist up and place on a baking sheet.
My garlic butter is packed with flavor because I use garlic powder as opposed to fresh garlic. The herb mixture is an Italian herb blend. I always keep a jar on my pantry for sprinkling on top of pasta dishes.
The reason your guests will beg for this recipe is the grated Dubliner cheese on top! In the oven, the Dubliner melts and coats the garlic knot with a cheesy crust. These cheesy garlic knots will make you famous!
- Meal type: starters
- Product: Kerrygold Salted Butter, Kerrygold Dubliner® Cheese
- Serves: 8 knots