Cheddar Biscuits with Cayenne, brushed with Garlic Parsley Butter Review

10572219_10102728302412172_222934537_nHi my loves ! A few days ago I was daydreaming about Red Lobster’s Cheddar Bay Biscuits !! As per usual, I rushed to my laptop and looked for Red Lobster top secret recipes !! Thank God anything and everything can be found on the internet now. The recipe I chose was from damndelicious – click me for the direct link 🙂 To follow, I provided a mini review. I tried to comment on this recipe as well as I could -I promise you I know a good Red Lobster biscuit when I have one so hopefully I can save you guys some time with these tips! Happy Baking !!

I give this recipe 7/10, 10 being how faithful this recipe tastes to the Red Lobster Recipe. The flavours are quite satisfying and delicious. All that cheese created a nice burnt cheese crust which I usually do not get with the Red Lobster Biscuits.

I also like how this recipe has very little prep

The major difference for me was the texture. After the 10 minute cook time my biscuits still seemed un-cooked; if you compare to the Red Lobster Biscuits they are always perfectly fluffy and soft on the inside -nothing dough-ey. At the same time, I believe it is the amount of cheese to dough ratio that played apart in the texture.

For my first batch of biscuits I used a silicone baking sheet. I was disappointed because the biscuits all flattened out.

I suggest you guys using a cupcake baking pan as I did for my second batch (as seen in the photo above) it gives it a better shape as this recipe does not contain yeast.

Next time I try this recipe I will use only half the amount of cheese, this way maybe it wont turn out as dough-ey.



One Comment Add yours

  1. I am so hungry now! Red Lobster biscuits are my fav! Those look delicious :).

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