Debbie Quimby Recipe

Hardees Biscuits

By Debbie Quimby quimster

Recipe Rating:
 2 Ratings
Cook Time:

Debbie's Story

I don't think any restaurant chain makes a better biscuit that Hardees. Unfortunately, the Hardees in our town closed and I rarely get one of their delicious biscuits ... unless I make them myself.

This recipe is as close I can get to the real thing and it's the real deal.


5 c
self rising flour
1 tsp
baking soda
2 tsp
1 c
2 c
1 pkg
dry yeast
1/4 c
warm water

Directions Step-By-Step

Dissolve yeast in warm water with sugar.
Mix all other ingredients together and add to yeast mixture.
Mix well in large bowl; cover and let set in refrigerator overnight.
Remove required amount from refrigerator and pat or roll out on floured surface.
Cut out with a biscuit cutter (or a round glass dipped in flour) and place on greased baking pan.
Bake at 425 degrees until golden brown (depends on your oven, start with 10-12 minutes).
Note: this dough will keep in the refrigerator for 1-2 weeks.

About this Recipe

Course/Dish: Biscuits
Hashtag: #Hardees

  • Comments

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    Kim Kelemen jkel75 - Feb 18, 2013
    what kind of oil do you use? Hardee's biscuits are the best, and the one closet to me closed down too. I would love to get these just right.
  • user
    Debbie Quimby quimster - Feb 19, 2013
    Kim, I use vegetable oil but canola would probably work as well.
  • user
    Anne Harvey AnneCan - Feb 19, 2013
    I used to make scratch biscuits frequently. My sons loved them and none went to waste. They used to say they were the best biscuits ever. Then a Hardee's restaurant opened near their dad's home. I was 'kicked to the curb'!!! I'm going to try this recipe and see what they think (they're grown men now so they'll probably use discretion when commenting). :)
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    Debbie Quimby quimster - Feb 19, 2013
    Let me know what they say, Anne. I bet your Mom Radar will pick up on their true thoughts, regardless of the amount of discretion used, LOL.
  • user
    Becky Richey richeyr - Feb 20, 2013
    I will have to try this out. I loved Hardee's biscuits, our Hardee's closed down years ago! And the only one I know of here in Kansas is on the turnpike and I am not even sure it is still there. Thank you.