Red lobster inspired garlic cheese biscuits
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Red lobster inspired garlic cheese biscuits
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Last updated 6/12/2012 1:20:06 AM. Recipe ID 51676. Report a problem with this recipe.
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      Title: Red lobster inspired garlic cheese biscuits
 Categories: Breads, Copycat
      Yield: 10 Servings
 
      1 c  Milk
    1/3 c  Mayonnaise
      1 tb Sugar**
      2 c  Self-rising flour*
    1/4 c  Kraft American Cheese**
    1/2 ts Garlic POWDER -- not salt
      3 tb Melted butter or margarine
           Muffin paper liners
 
  *You may use all-purpose (regular) flour, however biscuits will not
  rise much and have a denser texture; flavors should be about
  identical. **Can substitute 3 packets of Sweet & Low for the sugar.
  Use the cheese in the gold cardboard container. Original recipe does
  not say, but I would think you will want to shred it.
  
  In a 1 1/2 qt mixing bowl combine the milk, mayo, sugar, and flour.
  Beat on high speed with electric mixer for almost a minute, until
  smooth and completely combined. Using a rubber bowl scraper, streak
  the dough with the cheese. Batter should NOT be thin enough to pour;
  if necessary, add only enough additional flour so batter will "drop"
  from spoon. Drop batter into 10 paper-lined muffin tins, or a greater
  number of tiny muffin cups. (Muffins tend to triple in size when
  baked; fill lightly.) Melt butter; mix in garlic, and brush tops of
  dough. You may shake 1 tsp additional cheese on each muffin if you
  wish. Bake for 25-30 minutes, or until golden. Cool in pan on rack
  for 30 minutes.
  
  These definitely should be served freshly baked and hot.
  
  Recipe from B.Overton, CT; Formatted for MM by Lynne Sammon
  (Kakeladi), Visalia, CA     5/95
  
  




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Recipe ID 51676 (Apr 03, 2005)

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