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I was very glad to find a Red Lobster biscuit recipe that did not call for bisquick! You're right, these are even better than the restaurant's version. They were so creamy inside and full of flavor throughout. I did burn the bottoms, but that was my fault as I forgot to grease the pan like a dummy. Thanks for sharing this great recipe.
These are fantastic!! I used butter, no mustard, a little extra garlic and added parsley to the mix as well as a sprinkle on top... Mine also came out pancake(ish) but they still taste amazing! My 10 year old couldn't stop eating them! Definitely will be making them again!!!
My family LOVED this recipe! I omitted the dry mustard and used butter. Brushed the top with melted butter, a little dried parsley and a sprinkle of the garlic salt before baking. I could eat these as a meal!
I made these as gluten-free, and they were perfect!!
Did not have self rising flour so I added salt, baking powder, and baking soda to make it. Used food processor to cut in crisco. When done baking, I brushed with melted butter that had a little garlic poweder in it. Very good!
These had a nice flavor. But, they didn't rise at all they looked like pancakes with as flat as they were and I used white lily self-rising flour. I did add extra cheese (you can never have to much) and instead of putting the melted butter on beforehand I put it on after. I melted a couple tbsp with some garlic powder and rubbed it over each one.
biscuits were not all that flavorful and not as fluffy as Red Lobster.. I will try one of the other recipies..
Very very good. These are much better if you let the dough sit in the refrigerator overnight. I baked a batch right away and they were semi-bland, but I baked the rest of the dough the next day and they were really good. I think that the only thing that I would change about the recipe is to eliminate the Butter Flavor Crisco next time. The Crisco makes for a nice biscuit consistency, but it tastes nasty and artificial - does not taste like butter at all. I will try using 1/2 regular Crisco and 1/2 butter next time!
Very Tasty! My were a little dry. I think I should make them a little larger and reduce cooking time just a bit. These were definitely better than Red Lobster's! The recipe was surprising easy and quicker than most bread or roll recipes. I will be making these again!! Thanks!