Red Lobster-style Cheesy Biscuits

  • 1 cup of Milk
  • 1/3 cup of Mayo
  • 1 tablespoon of Sugar; OR
  • 3 package of Sweet &low
  • 2 cup of Self-rising flour
  • 1/4 cup of Kraft's American cheese; grate
  • 1 unit of Liquid margarine
  • 1 unit of Garlic powder
  • 1 unit of Kraft American Cheese food

Combine milk, mayo, sugar and flour. Beat with mixer at high speed, not quite 1 minute until smooth and completely combined. Remove beaters. Use rubber spatula to streak the dough with 1/4c cheese food. Drop batter equally between 10 paper-lined muffin wells. Drizzle top of each with ts liquid margarine and dust each with a little garlic powder plus 1 scant ts additional cheese food.

Bake 350~ 25 to 30 minutes or until golden brown and tripled in size. Cool in pan on racks for 30 minutes. Add only enough flour so batter drops from spoon.

Source: Gloria Pitzer's Eating Out At Home Cookbook

About Red Lobster®

Cheese Biscuits

The original restaurant in Lakeland, Florida was founded in 1968 by Bill Darden who opened several more before being aquired by General Mills in 1970 as a five-unit restaurant. Today, there are over 600 Red Lobster locations throughout the United States and Canada. There's even a small number located in Japan.

Aside from great seafood at resonable prices, Red Lobster is also known for its signature Cheddar Bay Biscuits which are served with your entree. They're also available ala carte for carry out. The biscuits were introduced in the early 1990s; but prior to that, Red Lobster served either garlic bread or hushpuppies - which are an American food consisting of small cornmeal breads that are deep fried in a spherical or oblong shape. The usual ingredients include cornmeal, flour, eggs, salt, baking soda, milk, and water, and can include whole kernel corn, onions, and peppers. They can also be made at home with pancake batter.

For more information, check out www.RedLobster.com It has a variety of features including information on restaurant locations, sea food recipes, and menu items along with a nutritional calculator for various menu items. That way you can see what you're eating before you even head into one of their restaurants.


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