Although these Red Lobster biscuits are served as a started, they are so warm, cheesy and soft with a slightly crunchy exterior, that you can never have enough of them. It has the perfect taste and texture to start any meal. But how do you properly reheat red lobster biscuits?
So if you have the habit of asking for more after the starters are over, or have tried one of those recipes that lets you replicate these at home, chances are that you may end up with leftovers.
People usually think that biscuits can only taste their best when they’re fresh out of oven. Although that is true to an extent, there are methods you can try to make even leftover biscuits taste fresh and delicious.
How to Store Properly?
These lobster biscuits are actually quite easy to store. All you have to do is throw them in an airtight container or a Ziploc bag, and either refrigerate or freeze them, depending on how long you plan on storing them.
- They can be stored up to 3 days in the fridge without losing their taste or quality.
- In the freezer, red lobster biscuits can easily last for up to 2 months.
How to Reheat Red Lobster Biscuits?
There are several methods you can try to reheat red lobster biscuits. Just pay attention to the timing, as overheating can make them become dry and tough to bite. Give frozen biscuits ample time to defrost before you go onto the next step.
This is probably the best way to reheat red lobster biscuits, and is also the easiest and most convenient one.
- Use a damp paper towel to wrap the biscuits. This will help restore moisture in the biscuits as they reheat.
- Place the wrapped biscuits on a microwave-safe plate or bowl.
- Place the dish in the microwave and set it on medium to high for 20 to 30 seconds.
- Check if the biscuits are warm enough. Reheat for an additional 10 to 15 seconds if they aren’t.
- Remove from the microwave and serve.
This may be a little more work, but it gives the same results as a microwave; if not slightly better.
- Preheat the oven at 350 degrees Fahrenheit.
- Take a baking sheet or tray and line it with parchment paper.
- Set the biscuits on the sheet, making sure there is ample space between them.
- Add some butter on the biscuits.
- Heat them for about 5 to 7 minutes or until warm enough.
- You can directly place frozen biscuits in the oven too, and double the heating time.
- Remove from the oven and serve.
You can even use a pan to reheat red lobster biscuits on a stovetop.
- Wrap the biscuits in an aluminum foil. The foil will prevent them from burning.
- You can also brush the biscuits with butter or olive oil before wrapping for added moisture.
- Place a pan on the stove on a medium heat and let it preheat for a few minutes
- Place the biscuits on the pan.
- Turn the heat to low and cover the pan with a lid.
- Heat them for a minute or two, while flipping them over halfway through.
- Check to see if the biscuits are warm enough, and heat for another 30 seconds if they aren’t
- Remove from the foil and serve.
Try these simple reheating methods and you never have to throw away leftover red lobster biscuits again.