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Red Lobster Biscuit

maldonado's picture
Are you looking for Red Lobster Biscuit Recipe? I have a authentic Red Lobster Biscuit Recipe. I got this Red Lobster Biscuit Recipe from one of my friend’s mother. She has treasured thousands of authentic recipes. This recipe is supposed to be similar to the Red Lobster biscuit. I try this cookie whenever friends visit my home. This is really very tasty. Try this Red Lobster Biscuit Recipe. You will love it.
Ingredients
  Bisquick 2 Cup (32 tbs) (buttermilk baking mix)
  Buttermilk 2 Cup (32 tbs)
  Milk 2⁄3 Cup (10.67 tbs)
  Shredded sharp cheddar cheese 1⁄2 Cup (8 tbs)
  Butter 1⁄4 Cup (4 tbs), melted
  Garlic powder 1⁄4 Teaspoon
Directions

In a mixing bowl mix biscuit mix, milk and cheese until soft dough forms.
Beat for 60 seconds.
Drop from spoonfuls onto non-greased cookie sheet.
Bake 9 to 10 minutes in preheated oven 450 degrees until brown.
Brush over hot biscuit with melted butter and garlic.
Serve hot.

Recipe Summary

Difficulty Level: 
Easy
Cuisine: 
American
Course: 
Dessert
Taste: 
Sweet
Feel: 
Crunchy
Method: 
Baked
Dish: 
Cookie
Occasion: 
Christmas, Thanksgiving
Restriction: 
Vegetarian
Ingredient: 
Cheese, Milk Product
Interest: 
Kids, Healthy
Preparation Time: 
10 Minutes
Cook Time: 
10 Minutes
Ready In: 
20 Minutes
Servings: 
10

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11 Comments

Ganesh.Dutta's picture
Delicious recipe of Red Lobster Biscuit. Did you know that Red Lobster is a U.S. chain of seafood restaurants. It also operates in Canada and Japan. It is aimed at the mid-level "casual dining" segment of the market. The menu includes a variety of specialty seafood and non-seafood entrees, appetizers, salads, and desserts.
JJ's picture
You should sell those biscuits at walmart like Thomas makes english muffins!
JJ's picture
I appreciate the effort to copy the Red Lobster biscuit recipe but I tried it and the taste is not like the original. I just ate dinner at a Red Lobster. I did not detect any garlic nor any cheese in the biscuit. You cannot see any cheese in the original whereas you can see cheese in the copy. I did detect a nice buttery taste and there was no parsley on the original biscuit. Bisqick has a rough flour-like taste so I believe it is not used in the original. Its no surprise why so many people are after the original recipe. Recipes using Bisquick, garlic, chedder and parsley are wrong. I think the original biscuit taste comes from the basic flour which I have not identified yet. I noticed some recipes using a buttermilk mix. Try tasting some buttermilk straight from the jug. YUK! is that supposed to improve the taste of the biscuit? It does not.... Has anyone else noticed the differences between the original and the copy or am I the only one??
Anonymous's picture
are your tastebuds on vacation???I dont know what red lobster you claim you ate at and their biscuits didint taste of cheese and garlic!!!,thats EXACTLY what makes them so terrific!!!!!!
JJ's picture
I figured out what happened at the restaurant I went to. It is an extremly popular Red Lobster and I am betting they ran out of ingrediants for the batch I was served. I could have been some oddball mistake in the process. I ate there again and the biscuits were as advertised. They did have garlic, chedder and parsley. I am still right about Bisquick recipes. The texture is wrong and if you search the internet you will find others who say something is missing in everyone's recipe. I agree. There is some kind of sweet flavor enhancement ingrediant. I spent a month experimenting and finally straightened out the copy to better than 99 percent of the original. Eureka! I am now the only one besides Red Lobster who has it. At this point in time I am sick of eating them after a few dozen. Mabe they will work as hockey pucks!
debby's picture
You obviously have never cooked before.
JJ's picture
Think what you want but I now am the only person on the Internet that has the real recipe. Do you?
shantihhh's picture
Red Lobster is owned by General Mills Food Group and their food is very high fat!!!!!!!!!! Not a healthy place, try fresh real food. Nothing like fresh seafood and veggies!
JJ's picture
Yes, most restaurants pack fat into almost everything they serve. In cooking, fat equals flavor. Unfortunately I cannot eat most of their food because of heart disease. I have a stent in the front of my heart from a 95 percent clogged artery. I stick to low fat food. I will probably be eating more veggie/mushroom burgers than meat.
Anonymous's picture
These biscuits are a mix that come in a plastic bag. The batter is mixed with cold water and finely shredded yellow cheese. The secret is a proprietary mix that is mixed with imitation butter topping and brushed on the top of the finished biscuit. This is the same spice mix that, when mixed with Chablis, makes the scampi sauce. I have personally baked thousands of these biscuits at Red Lobster. It is very similar to Bisquick.
Captainwally's picture
Try adding a little molasses or brown sugar to the mix...