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Unread 02-19-2014, 10:19 PM   #1
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Default Chicken 'n' Biscuits

Not BBQ, but PDG...

When I saw the recipe for Red Lobster Cheddar Bay Biscuits that c farmer posted I wanted to try them and decide to go with chicken 'n'biscuits.

Thanks for the recipe!

For the chicken part I started with this recipe...

http://www.tasteofhome.com/recipes/chicken--n--biscuits

but added some sriracha to give it a little heat and ended up adding in about 1/3 cup of chicken stock near the end to loosen it up a bit.



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Son of a biscuit. Dayyyyummm that looks hittable
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Fark yea, Ronelle! Looks deelicious!
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WOW. That's awesome.
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That is beeyooteefull
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That looks incredible
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Wow! Nicely done and looking delicious!
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Best looking chicken n biscuits I think I have ever seen. That looks awesome.
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Mighty Fine!
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I'd eat that without smellin' it first!
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Dang that looks good!!
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Did the biscuits cook separately? If not, did they cook through or were they soggy / doughy?
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Ron, that's frickin' yummy! It looks like what my grandmother used to make us (except there are herbs in the biscuits it appears). I need to try this recipe and/or get her's -- she's still around at 88.
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Did the biscuits cook separately? If not, did they cook through or were they soggy / doughy?
Yeah I'd like to know if you baked the biscuits separately then drop them in the stew? Or did it dumpling style?
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