20 Reviews

Loved it! I made this for my son-in-laws 40th birthday party and it was a hit. My granddaughter informed me that I was to make it for all the future family get together's. I may play around with it and omit the green chili's and try pepper jack cheese instead of the cheddar....And maybe another time add a little cream cheese to the original recipe.. The recipes a keeper...thanks.

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drcbeau April 30, 2013

Husband loves this bread...and he's very hesitant when it comes to my trying out new recipes. I did try it, liked it, but it's a bit too spicy for me.

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nisea916 February 09, 2013

I made this last night when we had friends over. In addition to the cheese and a can of green chiles, I added about half a cup of green chile stew, http://www.food.com/recipe/green-chile-stew-464591 that I had left over. Made a really hearty bread and everyone loved it and asked for the recipe.

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Grandma Deb September 24, 2011

i only had one can of biscuits at home, so halved the cheese but added the whole can of green chiles -- it was so good -- we used this as a springboard for a wide diversity of dishes -- made a pan for a friend who is a pepperoni lover with chopped up pepperoni and mozzarella cheese -- she ate the whole pan by herself -- she said it was better then pizza and so much cheaper :)

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Inspiritual December 23, 2009

Made for my family last night and everyone liked it. Simple, fast, easy. Thanks for sharing the recipe!

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LaMesaLee November 09, 2009

Qiuck and easy to assemble. Zap them in the microwave the second day. You could use different cheeses also. I plan to try adding some jalapeno peppers next time.

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barbacious April 05, 2009

11/27/08 Revisited this recipe and really found it to be wonderful. I did make some changes this time with great results. Quartered the bisquits and layered one can on bottom of pan. Sprinkled with PEPPER JACK cheese, then topped with second can of quartered bisquits. Sprinkled a little garlic salt over all and baked. Really preferred it this way, no chunks of chiles but still with the flavor. Also, used 75% reduced fat Cabot cheese. AWESOME. 4/12/07 Made this and wow! My husband insisted I send the leftovers home with my son in college because he could eat the entire pan. Terrific hit. I'm always drawn the redneck's recipes; I'm southern girl at heart.

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Vicki in CT November 27, 2008

fantastic!! everyone loved this!! i had a 5 count can of biscuits, so i used 1/2 cup of each cheese, but used the entire can of green chilies (and i'm glad i did!). it was so easy and flavorful! i just mixed everything up in a 2 quart casserole to save myself on dirty dishes! there was only 3 of us eating, but i wish i had made the full amount because this bread was the first thing gone!! thanks so much, i'll be adding this to my keeper file!

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KPD July 10, 2008

I will make this again and again, everyone loved it even my picky daughter.

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Vampyresskiss April 28, 2008

SSShhhhh...can you hear that? It the cooking gods smiling down upon me. This recipe blew me away. For such simple ingredients and such simple instructions, you really get a lot of bang for your buck. I misread the directions and used one can of biscuits, one cup of cheddar and 1 can of chilies, but really thought all the tastes balanced perfectly this way. I'll recommend this to everyone I know and use this as a quick tasty side any day. TRY THIS RECIPE!

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Houseblend January 10, 2008
Green Chile Cheese Pull-Apart Bread