Red Lobster™ Biscuits Recipe

By : | 5 Comments | On : July 30, 2008 | Category : Red Lobster

This it the best recipe you’ll find for these amazing Red Lobster™ Biscuits. This is one of the easiest restaurant recipes you’ll make. But just because it’s easy doesn’t mean it’s not going to amaze your family. Try these with any meal or make an entire Red Lobster experience.

These can save in the refrigerator and be heated again in the microwave, so don’t be afraid to double the batch.

Red Lobster™ Biscuits Recipe
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Ingredients
  • 2 cups Bisquick or Pioneer
  • ⅔ cup milk
  • ½ cup shredded cheddar cheese
  • ¼ cup butter
  • ¼ teaspoon garlic powder
Instructions
  1. Preheat the oven to 425 degrees.
  2. Mix the bisquick or Pioneer mix with the cheese until evenly distributed.
  3. Slowly add the milk and gently mix.
  4. Spoon onto an ungreased cookie sheet.
  5. Bake at 425 degrees for 8-10 minutes
  6. Immediately brush on the melted butter and sprinkle with garlic powder
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5 comments
Samiam61_Fo_Sho
Samiam61_Fo_Sho

These were great!    The only thing I did different was use a family biscuit recipe (didn't have Bisquick) but added a bit more liquid to make them drop biscuits.  As stated, I did add the cheese to the dry ingredients and mixed it through.  I also added the garlic powder to the melted butter before I brushing the tops.  I tried sprinkling the garlic on after I brushed the tops but it wasn't sticking.  I will definitely make these again.  Thank you Chef Pablo!

Tina
Tina

I'm looking for the Red Lobster tarter sauce recipe. We've tried a few we found online but they aren't quite right. Any suggestions? :)

Matt
Matt

Hey Pablo, I've got a friend who was a manager for a Red Lobster for a while. She told me that one of the key ingredients was the seasoning they used for the Shrimp Scampi, which is what gave it that bite we all know and love. Not sure how to replicate that, but what you've got above looks really good as well. Just thought I'd share that little tid bit of info. Matt

Chef Pablo
Chef Pablo

I can not find the Hooter's Blue Cheese Dressing, but I do know this recipe is fantastic. I would highly recommend it. Though, it's not an exact duplicate. Some would say it's even better. Make sure you use plenty of garlic: 8 ounces whole sour cream 1/2 cup buttermilk 1/2 cup REAL mayonnaise. I like Hellman's or Best Foods 3 fresh minced garlic cloves (add a bit more for a little "zing" to your wings) 3/4 teaspoon onion salt 2 tablespoons olive oil (dont' substitute, the flavor is important) 8 ounces fresh blue cheese, crumbled but left a bit chunky. 1. This makes about 3 cups, so make sure you have a large enough bowl to mix it well. 2. Combine the sour cream, buttermilk, REAL mayonnaise & onion salt and mix well 3. Add olive oil and mix again. 4. Crumble blue cheese and add it to the buttermilk mixture 5. Mix well without breaking up the blue cheese too much. You want there to be about 1/4" chunks as well as smaller bits. 6. Put in the refridgerator and chill for 4 hours or more. Don't skip this step because it really helps blend the flavors. Don't be too concerned if it seems a bit thick at first. After the 4 or more hours in the fridge it will smooth out a bit. Enjoy this with your wings and let me know what you think.

Karen
Karen

Looking for Hoosters blue cheese dressing? Also looking for TGIF Jack sauce?