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Thread: Red Lobster Cheese Biscuits (very easy)

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    Senior Member sandilee's Avatar
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    So many requested this recipe so I thought I would post it.
    Its so easy and simple to make and is delicious!



    Red Lobster Cheese biscuits

    2 cups Bisquick
    2/3 cup milk
    1/2 cup shredded cheese
    1/4 cup melted oleo
    1/4 teas. garlic powder

    Beat first 3 ingredients until soft dough forms then beat vigoursly for 30 seconds.
    Drop from spoon onto greased sheet.

    Bake 450 for 10 minutes or brown

    Mix last 2 ingredients and brush over hot biscuits.

    Makes 10-12 biscuits

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    Thanks for the recipe, yummy! :thumbup: :thumbup:

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    Thanks, gonna make!

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    Red Lobster biscuits are the best!
    Anybody tried the new Ruby Tuesday biscuits? Thye look the same as RL but they have a sweeter taste, guess sans the garlic salt.....I don't particularly care for them.

    Jan in VA

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    My sister and i were just talking about those bisquits today lol, wanting the recipe, thank you gonna try this one

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    we were in Red lobster today!!! i love those biscuits, could make a meal of them

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    Thank You,Thank you,Thank you!!!!!!
    We love these :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup:

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    Yummy!!

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    Good tasting

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    Oh gosh I've been watching my carbs and this sounds so good, I just want to run to the kitchen make a whole batch and eat them all!

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    Can't wait to make them with my 10 year old granddaughter!

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    Can't wait to make them with my 10 year old granddaughter!

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    Been making the Red Lobster taste-alike biscuits for years and love them. Wonder if the sweeter tasting ones from Ruby Tuesday would be good for say something like Strawberry Shortcake?

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    I love their biscuits. Thanks so much.

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    your right Jan...R..T. are not as good. usually dryer, and for some reason they are always over cooked!


    Quote Originally Posted by Jan in VA
    Red Lobster biscuits are the best!
    Anybody tried the new Ruby Tuesday biscuits? Thye look the same as RL but they have a sweeter taste, guess sans the garlic salt.....I don't particularly care for them.

    Jan in VA

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    does the butter/garlic go on AFTER they are baked? or before??

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    I sometimes use buttermilk instead of milk if I have it. The biscuits will be moister.

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    Love these. gonna try.

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    yum, yum, yum!

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    :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup: and, I add some onion in mine, also like onions in my fried potatoes Dottie Bug

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    Quote Originally Posted by KimmieH
    does the butter/garlic go on AFTER they are baked? or before??
    Brush the melted butter/garlic on AFTER they are baked.
    Sometimes I usually omit this on a/c of calories/fat.
    Taste before you brush and see.

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    delicious.thanks....

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    ???I assume after the dough forms you add the oleo & garlic?
    Also, what kind of cheese?
    Many thanks,
    Terry

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    Quote Originally Posted by terry leffler
    ???I assume after the dough forms you add the oleo & garlic?
    Also, what kind of cheese?
    Many thanks,
    Terry
    No, bake them first then brush the melted oleo/garlic on each one.
    I use the bagged shredded cheddar cheese

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    The recipe used to be on the back of the Bisquick box but they took it off.

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