Savory scones and biscuits are always a welcome treat to go along with dinner. I made these scones for my family's Christmas Eve dinner. Because I was making nut roast for our Christmas dinner, I figured I would break my usual tradition and prepare the biscuits for the meal before Christmas. I always prefer to give than to receive and what better way to say I love you than to make good food to share. There is lots of flavor in these delightful and filling scones and they take hardly anytime at all to whip up and they won't last long at the table.
Speaking of sharing a special meal with friends and family, I am planning a vegetarian feast for tomorrow. On the menu will be guacamole and tortilla chips as a pre-dinner snack, my famous Caesar salad, curried Indian vegetable soup, cornmeal biscuits, scalloped potatoes with coconut milk and mushrooms, a rice and cauliflower pilaf courtesy of one of my guests, and a bean dish and dessert that one of my other guests will prepare for the meal. Certainly we will have leftovers and that makes me happy because I won't have to cook for a few days after this marathon in the kitchen.
|Olive and Feta Scones with Rosemary, Basil and Sun-Dried Tomatoes|
|Recipe by Lisa Turner|
Published on January 4, 2012
Easy-to-make creamy Feta cheese dinner biscuits packed with the flavors of olives, sun-dried tomatoes and herbs — a great addition to all kinds of meals
More scones and quick breads you are sure to enjoy from Lisa's Vegetarian Kitchen:
Quick and Easy Ricotta Biscuits
Cheddar Dijon Biscuits
Buttermilk Cheddar Biscuits
Apple Cheddar Scones