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    • Jill

      Hi Sarah, I would say typically 4-5 servings, but of course it depends on how much your family eats! My husband could easily eat half of this if I let him. LOL!

  1. Ryan

    This is one of my fall and winter staples! Was so excited to bust it out for the first time this year today! I add a can of cream of potato to mine. Cook at 350 for 15 minutes then add biscuits for 15 minutes or so. Thanks for this one.

    • Jill

      YUM! The addition of a potato soup is fantastic! I may have to try that next time myself. This is still family favorite in our home too – we could eat this one every week.

  2. Donna

    I agree biscuits cook separately. The tops of mine almost burnt while the bottoms where not cooked. Overall yummy recipe. I added a little potato, onion and cheese to mine.

    • Jill

      I have never tried this in a Dutch oven so I am not 100% sure how it would come out. The main difference would be the diameter of the cooking tool you use. A Dutch oven may be less round so the cooking time may need to be adjusted to ensure all of the ingredients are thoroughly cooked through. Other than that it should be the same in terms of ingredients and instructions.

  3. Lora

    I find it better to get everything in the cast iron skillet add a can of water stir well bring to a boil. Stir well make sure it is bubbling everuwhere on suface of pan, THEN place the biscuit on top and place in 425° preheated oven and cook for 10 minutes turn oven down to 365 lay foil over browned biscuits. Cook 10 minutes longer. This way my biscuits were cookedl

    • Jill

      Thanks Lora! That is one awesome thing about recipes – making them your own! 🙂 These tips are awesome so thanks for sharing.

  4. Lora

    I find it better to get everything in the cast iron skillet add a can of water stir well bring to a boil. Stir well make sure it is bubbling everuwhere on suface of pan, THEN place the biscuit on top and place in 425° preheated oven and cook for 20 minutes or so.. This way my biscuits were cookedl

  5. Jean Gross

    This says that it is Gluten Free and Paleo. I have never seen a tube of buttermilk biscuits that are gluten free…. ?????

  6. Kim

    Very easy recipe & easy clean-up!! Also I cooked biscuits separate and popped them on top, stuck back oven for a minute or two on the pie. Came out perfectly!

  7. Susan Cummings

    Anyone got a suggestion for an alternative to the refrigerator buttermilk biscuits? I’ve not seen those in our supermarkets in northern England and it looks like a great recipe to make when camping.

  8. Brandy

    We do this with canned Dinty Moore Beef Stew. Easy Go-To meal for a cold day. -We also cook the biscuits separate. 🙂

  9. Michael Powers

    This looks like a great camping meal. A lot of the prep can be done at home and bagged ahead. I’m going to try this in a cast iron Dutch oven next time I go camping. After reading other comments, I think I’ll set the charcoal for a 325-350 oven temp.

  10. Reinhard

    Raw biscuits problem solved. Cooked the pan with the biscuits at 375 for 20 minutes. Took it out of the oven and turned the biscuits over then baked for another 12 minutes. Voila!

  11. Jackie

    Try turning the oven down to 365. You don’t cook Biscuits in a 425 oven. They will be raw if youdo.

  12. Patti Salamone

    The biscuits looked just like the picture but we’re raw on the bottom. Maybe heat the fiiling up and then pop on the biscuits toward the end? Great flavor!

  13. Kim B

    Very easy to make. The biscuits started to burn at that temp for that long. So I shortened the time but then they weren’t all the way done. Gonna try again by adjusting the temp down. 425 for that long is too much for my oven.

    • Lindsay

      I had this problem as well. The biscuits were insanely raw on the bottom and too cooked on the top. Had this problem again when moving the rack lower. This time I just cooked the biscuits separately while I prepared the skillet, and then placed the finished biscuits on top after the skillet was out of the oven. Tasted much better!!!

      • Mary Walker

        I just read someone else had the same problem. I’m not sure if the oven cooks differently or the pan, but that’s a great idea preparing the biscuits separately and then placing them on top. Thank you for the tip.