cheesy garlic biscuits=heavenly

2010 January 26

These are a must must must try!  After reading through the recipe, I thought, hm…this should work!  As some of you know, living at high altitude can be a bummer for us who like to bake.  I’ve tried several times to make bread and have it turn out as something more useful for a game of baseball.  So- I’ve decided yet again to tread lightly into the world of bread making.  To start this adventure off, I wisely decided upon these wonderful morsels of deliciousness.
OK- If you have ever been to Red Lobster and walked out thinking “how on earth do they make those wonderful biscuits!!!”  This is your dream come true.  When I found a recipe for them on a blog I use often, foodgawker, I too thought my dreams had come true, but was hoping they were every bit as good as the ones at Red Lobster.  Since, I’ve made them twice, following the recipe the first time, I decided maybe adding some pepper jack cheese and jalapenos would be a nice change!  Let me tell you , they both were absolutely wonderful.  I know these will become a quick and easy go-to recipe everyone will love.  Try them for yourself tonight!

cheesy garlic biscuits

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RECIPE:

2 cups buttermilk biscuit mix (bisquick is what I used)

2/3 cup milk

1 cup cheddar cheese ( be creative and use a different kind of hard cheese for a different flavor)

2 tsp. oregano

1 tsp. garlic salt

1/2 tsp. garlic powder

2 Tbsp. butter

Directions:

Pre-heat oven to 400 degrees.  Place biscuit mix, milk, garlic powder and cheese into mixing bowl.  Combine until all has been mixed well.  Note that the dough will be very sticky.  There is no need to knead this dough or wait for it to rise.  Once it has been thoroughly mixed, take a spoon and drop biscuit dough onto greased cookie sheet ( I used and organic olive oil cooking spray)  Cook for 10-13 minutes or until the tips of dough turn a slight golden brown color.  A couple of seconds before biscuits are done, melt butter, oregano, and garlic salt together.  When the biscuits are done, immediately drizzle tops with the butter mixture.  This recipe will make about 10-12 biscuits (this depends on how generous you are with your spoonfuls.)

Eat and Enjoy!

Jamie

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  1. Angela permalink
    January 26, 2010

    These sound amazing and I’m sure they are much better than Red Lobsters with the jalepenos!!! I love me some spicy! Don’t know if you have seen or made anything off of this blog, but there are tons of yummy recipes and it will bring a little bit of Texas back to Michael! http://homesicktexan.blogspot.com/
    Check it out…love you!

  2. admin permalink*
    February 3, 2010

    Angela- Yes, Michael and I love the homesicktexan…we’ll have to blog about one of our trials here soon! Oh and yes, they are much much better than Red Lobster! If you like yourself some spice, use habenero cheese instead of cheddar to give it a bit more of a kick!
    Love you!

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