By Kittencalskitchen on March 17, 2004
Photo by Marsha D.
Photo by Marsha D.
"This is such an easy bread to make just mix and bake, no need for any kneading, shape into one large or a few small loaves or drop the dough from a heaping tablespoonful onto baking sheet for biscuits --- to save time I prepare a couple of loaves early in the afternoon, shape and season them cover with plastic wrap and just keep refrigerated until ready to bake, I make this recipe with original brand Bisquick, so I cannot promise the same results if prepared with a clone --- these are at their best when served warm from the oven, so prepare them early refrigerate and pop into the oven just before dinner! :)"
Serving Size: 1 (536 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 1
"Awesome!! I've never had the Red Lobster biscuits but I really don't need to now. These are so wonderful & full of flavour!! Follow the recipe exactly - I was thinking there was too much of the dry seasoning for the topping but I used it all & it was perfect. My husband asked me to make them again the following night!! I also liked that buttering at the table isn't really necessary as they are great just the way they are."
"WONDERFUL biscuits! I used a good aged cheddar the the flavour really came through! They turned out nice and crispy on the outside but light and fluffy inside! Like another reviewer I used an ice cream scoop and made 8 delicious biscuits! Thanks for another winner KittenCal!"
"This recipe is awesome! I followed the recipe and out came these lovely, fluffy biscuits. I patted the dough out and cut inch and a half thick biscuits, cooked them for about 20 minutes. The parmesean and Italian seasonings are perfect! I will be making these gems again. Thank you Carol for posting this yummy treat."
"Absolutely fantastic - I recommend splitting it into 8 little rolls. They puff up nice and moist. The italian seasoning on top is exactly right!"
"We enjoyed this bread. I made them into 6 oval shaped biscuits. I keep Recipe #63812 on hand all the time and this is what I used in the topping. I also used Recipe #35950 in place of the store brought brand. Worked out great :) Thanks for sharing these delicious biscuits!!"
"These were DELICIOUS! Made into 12 balls (used ice cream scoop), w/1/2 tsp. garlic pwd., 3 tblsps cheese, except I use less butter brushed on top w/garlic and parsley only. I think they are better than Red Lobsters! Thank-you for such a quick and easy recipe!"
"I made these as bisquit sized loaves. They were good served warm with butter."
"I tagged this for 123 it wonders. If you love red lobsters bread you will love this! I used a cup of cheddar and a bit more garlic. Thanks for posting Karen"
"These were superb I made them in the shape of bisquit just like at red lobster and everyone loved them."
"I love how incredibly easy this is to make, and how much it resembles the original Red Lobster bread! It took only a few minutes to bake :) will be making these over and over again. Thank you!"
"Always a big hit!"
"I was hoping for more of a garlicky taste and I even doubled the amount of garlic. Granted, I don't like biscuits all that much, but DH loved them!"
"Hmmmmm these little biscuitsare wonderful!"
"Wonderful! These taste a little different than Red Lobster, but better in my opinion, not as salty and more garlicky/cheesy. I used Recipe #35950 instead of Bisquick and they turned out very light and fluffy :) Thanks for posting!"
"This was good but I think I overcooked the biscuits. They were dry and salty. I think I should have left them in the oven for just under 20 minutes. Thank you for the recipe."
"WOW! These are really good! Just as good as Red Lobster, or better! My family loved them and I will be making them again soon. Yummy!"
"tastes exactly like the ones from red lobster!!!"
"Another great one from Kittencal. Made this with a pot of gumbo. Definitely should have made 2 loaves. Thanks for the posting!"