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This were a big hit in my house. I paired them with Garlic Spaghetti Sauce by MirandaLee and some panned seared shrimp. Everyone loved them!
These were wonderful. I will cook them at a little lower temperature next time, maybe it is my oven, but they were very dark on the bottom after 10 minutes. Tasted just like Red Lobster's!
I tried these biscuits last night. I was suprise how easy they were to make. If you want to add a little more kick to this recipe,add 1/2 teaspoon of italian seasoning to mixture. Thanks Cutie!
Wonderful and easy to prepare! So yummy you just can't stop eating them. :)
I have made these 5 or so times this version of it & my husband & I love them!!! With the left over butter milk I found we also love recipe 92016 (Cinnamon Swirl Quick Bread) & we enjoyed 22080 (Baklava Muffins). Thanks for posting this!!!
Excellent biscuits! This was a very easy recipe and my family loved them. I used Reduced Fat Bisquick and Fat Free Buttermilk for a lower fat version and they still came out super tasty. Thanks for the great recipe!
I made these last night and they are really good! I didn't have buttermilk, so I used sour cream watered down with a little milk. Super easy to make and the recipe makes exactly 1 dozen good sized biscuits. Thanks for sharing! :)
These were wonderful. They were so easy to make and everyone enjoyed them. Thanks
We have recently moved and now live more than 2,000 miles from the nearest Red Lobster. When I saw this recipe, it was like getting a great big gift a Christmas! These are absolutely wonderful, The Real McCoy!!! Thank you soooo much. Now if only I could find the RL recipe for their wonderful Coconut Shrimp and Dip.
These were just like Red Lobster's biscuits....only better. They were so easy to make and took me about 10 minutes to throw together and 12 minutes in the oven. Next time I am going to use fresh parsley as I think this will make them even better. I have a house full of bread eaters and I am always trying new biscuit and bread recipies. Thank you for posting this recipe.