Onion-Beef Muffin Cups
Total TimePrep: 25 min. Bake: 15 min.
I make this in a casserole dish with all the biscuits split in two. Half split biscuits go on the bottom of greased casserole and bake for 15 minutes while I prepare the other ingredients. Then I pour the beef, caramelized onions, and double the sauce on top of half baked bottoms, cover with cheeses, add the top layer of biscuits and bake until tops are golden brown. Biscuits soak up a lot of liquid which is why I double the sauce. Less work intensive but full delicious flavor. My fireman son gobbles it up!
I substitute left over roast beef and homemade biscuits in this recipe. We think the carmalized onion flavor, enhanced by the touch f brown sugar, is what makes it special, so be sure to get the onions to that point.
I only used one onion, because it's all I had. We thought this was very good, but I don't know that i would add 2 more whole onions! (And I LOVE onions.)
I really loved these which surprised me because I wasn't expecting much. I marinated my steak the night before and that added a lot of flavor I think. I tried to work really quickly when putting the filling in to the biscuits because I was afraid if they got too warm they wouldn't be fluffy and flakey but they baked up great despite the hot filling. I had leftover filling that I just served alongside as a bonus and everything was delicious. I will definitely make these again.
I've made this recipe many times. My whole family LOVES it. The kids even ask to have it for dinner. I dice the onions a little smaller, but other than that I follow the recipe exactly.
These are great for field meals during harvest!
Can't get enough of 'em.
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