"I got this recipe from a friend. Best if eaten warm!!!" — Debbie Pleau
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These are very comparable to the biscuits served at Red Lobster! I however, did have to reduce the heat to 375 degrees when baking. A wonderful aroma and tasty blend of flavors!
This recipe just goes to show how "easy" cooking doesn't always cut it. These "biscuits" taste like cheesy (and I don't mean the dairy product), second-rate, commercial garlic bread. I'm sorry that I wasted any effort, money and especially my time by following this recipe. I recommend that you learn from my mistake. One thing is certain: If I ever find myself at a "popular seafood chain", you can be SURE that I won't be sampling their biscuits! EVER!
I made this recipe with Christmas dinner(we traditionally have seafood instead of turkey) and the biscuits were delicious!!! My dinner guests thought they were excellent too. The only thing I did differently(per other reviews) was to add the garlic powder(not salt) and dried parsley to the mix itself. I brushed the bisquits with plain melted butter as soon as they came out of the oven, then quickly placed in the roll basket covered with a cloth. Also, I just cooked these until done and had NO problems with the bottoms burning. They do indeed reheat just fine as long as you gently reheat them in a microwave on low and just until they are warm. Thanks for the wonderful recipe!!!
Nice and quick recipe. I like to serve these as appetizers for dinner. I use less butter to cut back on calories. A nice addition is some fresh chopped chives too to the batter. It adds nice flavor and color.
I have tried several recipes in an attempt to mimic Red Lobster's biscuits, and I am convinced this one is near perfect. Absolutely delicious (not to mention simple)! Thanks so much for this recipe.
Although I'll still be looking for the perfect replica of Red Lobster's cheese biscuits, these were pretty good. I too added some chives to the batter and we all thaought they were good enough to make again. Thanks Debbie and your friend for sharing this.
These are so awesome! Nummy! I have no changes to suggest for this recipe - except double or triple it or you won't have enough, they go so fast!
Wow, great recipe. I will make this over and over.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Cheese Biscuits I
Serving Size: 1/10 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 10
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 69
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