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I like to take this and roll it out for piecrust for chicken pot pies...so good!
They were a little flat, didn't rise, maybe due to the rolling out the dough and cutting? Next time I think I will follow a drop biscuit recipe similar to this one.
I added an extra 1/4 cup of cheese for my personal tastes, but otherwise followed it to a T. <br/>It came out great, but I was a bit disappointing that they did not turn out moist like RL, and the butter seemed to disappear once I took them out. <br/>I'm going to try milk next time, and butter before AND after. <br/>My family liked it, too. :)
This really isn't a copycat recipe....its the real thing! Years ago I had these at Red Lobster and commented on how good they were and would love the recipe. A waiter heard me and said "its the recipe from Bisquick!" Yep, it sure is! The secret to being light and fluffy....don't over mix!
I made these tonight and we all really liked them. I used whole milk and next time I think I will add some garlic powder to the biscuit as well as the butter on top. Thanks for posting!
Absolutely delicious. I added one tsp of salt to a double batch and I used the bisquick mix recipe here on file because I didn't have any. Very pleased. Thank you for sharing!
I made these vegan by adding Daiya cheese which I shred myself. They're delicious!
These were amazing and I used the Heart Healthy Bisquick mix which dropped the calories and fat down quite a bit.
These turned out great. Next time I will omit the italian seasoning.