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Excellent, quick and fancy. We had these with Cream Cheese Potato Soup. I added more milk which I think made for lighter biscuits.

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Red Apple Guy September 25, 2008

I have made these a few times but realized I never rated it. I used bisquick as my base and added two boiled jalapenos. These are super easy and very good.

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Tee Angel September 21, 2008

Made to go with our special dinner Linda's Baked Stuffed Lobster and a delicious Greek salad. We enjoyed these tender biscuits along with our dinner. They were so good!

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PotziNPanz September 12, 2008

Oh my! These were SOOO good! I can't compare them to Red Lobster's as it has been close to 15 years since I've eaten at one, but they were scrumptious! I used Bisquick Heart Healthy Mix, 1% milk, added some dried parsley and fresh chopped chives to the batter, and followed the rest of the instructions exactly. Next time I will add a little more parsley and chives as I liked the added color in the biscuit. My husband took the first bite and said "this is good", gobbled up the rest of the biscuit and exclaimed "that was REALLY good." High praise, indeed. Great recipe, one I am planning on making again for Sunday's supper with all of my in-laws.

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NELady August 29, 2008

I am not going to rate this because I used homemade Bisquick made with spelt flour. The biscuits were good, but not great, and it is my policy not to downgrade a recipe if the changes I have made might have negatively influenced the outcome. That said, this recipe was certainly quick to pull together, and tasty...we found they were better freshly made (they lost a lot in being reheated the next day). As per some reviews, I added half the butter to the batter and will not do that the next time, but will add fresh garlic to the batter to give more flavour.

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Sweet Baboo July 12, 2008

They were good, but I don't think they were Red Lobster good. Will tweak next time (real garlic for powder, different brand of biscuit mix). Thanks for posting.

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cgoochjr June 25, 2008

I couldn't believe how easy these were to make! I served them with Spicy Garlic Shrimp and my DH loved it.

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BeckaBoo June 02, 2008

These were amazing. Mine didn't yield 10 biscuits though, I only got about 8. Either way they were amazing, and next time I know to double the batch if I need more. Thanks for sharing.

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Bittersweetened April 03, 2008

Pretty tasty although not identical to Red Lobster. I used about 6 oz. of a cheddar/mozzarella/jack blend and about half of the butter. Turned out well!

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Addicted to Bread February 28, 2008

These are EXCELLENT! I added a little more cheese than the recipe calls for and they were GREAT. Be sure to get them out of the oven quick. It is very easy to burn the bottom.

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jdt589 February 24, 2008
Red Lobster Cheese Biscuits