Wednesday, January 28, 2009

Cheddar Bay Biscuits

Not I'm not insinuating that my friends are a bunch of delinquents, rouges, and villains, but every time we go to Red Lobster the basket of biscuits would mysteriously disappear into purses and bags. Our waiter probably thought we all were binge eaters the 6th time he brought us a new basket. Now I don't quite share their addiction but they are very tasty. They are usually soggy and stale when you dig them out of the bags at home.

Well I decided to take on the Franchise Restaurant and make my own. No longer do I have to eat these tasty biscuits in an annoyingly Cape Code themed decor. Its actually very surprising how easy they are to make.

Step 1: Stuff ya need
-2 cups Bisquick
-half a cup milk
-half a cup shredded cheddar cheese
-quarter teaspoon of garlic powder
-quarter teaspoon of dried parsley flakes
-a couple tablespoons of melted butter

Step2: Get the oven hot
About 400 degree F, or 477 degrees Kelvin if your scientifically inclined, will do.

Step 3: Making Dough
Mix the Bisquick, milk, and cheddar to combine. Don't worry about all the lumps, diffusion will take care of the final mixing in the oven. Drop the dough on a cookie sheet in about tablespoon sized lumps (extra points for cool shapes).

Step 4: Into the Inferno
Bake the biscuits for 8-12 minutes in the oven. Take them out when the rough edges of the biscuits begin to brown.

Step 4.5: Butter...YAY
While the biscuits are baking, mix the butter, garlic powder, and parsley flake in a pot on the stove and mix until the butter is melted.

Step 5: The Powers Combined
Right after you take the biscuits out of the oven brush the melted butter combo over the piping hot biscuits.

Step 6: The Kill
Ravenously devour about one and a half batches until you don't feeling like moving any more. Well, I guess this parts optional, but I highly endorse it.

Happy Cooking,
-Travis Cochran

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