Don't you just love the copycat recipes? Here's another one, and if you like Red Lobster's biscuits, this is the recipe for you. They may not be the EXACT biscuits, but you will not notice a difference in the taste.
- Heat oven to 450.
- Combine baking mix, water and grated cheese in a bowl.
- Roll out on a lightly floured surface, until 1 inch thick.
- Cut biscuits, and place on an ungreased pan.
- Melt butter and spices together.
- Brush the biscuits with the butter and bake for 8 to 10 minutes.
I waitressed at Red Lobster for a short time, and while they do use ice water in their mix, I've always enjoyed it much more using regular 2% milk in the same quantity. The biscuits come out a little fluffier and taste just like the real thing.
Graet recipe easy to prepare. I did not have bisquick on hand. But if you click on the ingredient bisquick baking mix and it give you a substuition mix you can make at home.
Years ago, I had found a similar recipe in a magazine and when I lost that clipping I nearly cried. I tried these and they came out equally terrific. I did use cold whole milk instead of water to make fluffy, and also was heavy handed on the Italian seasoning (and added fresh finely chopped Basil because I love it). I had the family over and served with a Lobster/Crab Garlic pasta and my 86 year old grandmother said (and I quote), "These biscuits be just like the ones at the red lobsters!" Thanks!