Top-ranked recipe named "Red Lobsters Cheese-garlic Biscuits"
Try this Red Lobsters Cheese-garlic Biscuits recipe, or contribute your own. "Cheese" and "Milk" are two tags used to describe Red Lobsters Cheese-garlic Biscuits.
"I put my own spin on the recipe. I melted about three table spoons of butter and put about a table spoon of basil and one clove of minced garlic. I brushed this on the biscuits before and after I baked them. It made all the difference in the world having fresh garlic! The butter that I didn't use, I am saving for another use, as it has already set again in the fridge."- stephanithaog
Preheat oven to 450 degrees F. Mix baking mix, milk and cheese until soft dough forms; beat vigorously 30 seconds. Drop dough by spoonfuls onto ungreased cookie sheet. Bake 8 to 10 minutes or until golden brown. Mix margarine and garlic powder; brush over warm biscuits before removing from cookie sheet. Serve warm. (10 to 12 biscuits).
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dmcmil4911 1 year agoReally good but added more garlic
LadyAvonlea 1 year agoDelicious recipe! Enjoyed these biscuits with baked potato soup, perfect accompaniment.
Asmahne 1 year agoI didn't spray my cookie sheet as it said ungreased. They stuck. They were good though.
purplezebralover 1 year agoI made mine tonight they were really good, but did not have enough bisquick had to make own bisquick for the other if the dough. But all in all is very good and family said yes very good!!
hannahgill 1 year ago
sarahrobinette 1 year agoI made these last night, and I think they are delicious! The best thing is that is didn't take long at all to put them together and bake them. I'd say I maybe spent 20 minutes from start to finish. I will be making these often! Thanks for the recipe! :)
Girlcorby 2 years agoThey were fantastic thank you for posting
hope1742 2 years agoMade some and thay where so good...hit me up on facebook for more stuff hope trigo
rhondahoganmartin 2 years agoI made these tonight and they actually tasted better than Red Lobster's. Thanks for sharing.
lotajones 2 years ago