31 Secret Restaurant Copycat Recipes eCookbook
Make delicious restaurant-quality dishes at home with this help of this free copycat recipes eCookbook. Instead of paying money at a restaurant, stay at home and use free copycat recipes to make delicious food at home.
This eCookbook features 31 quick easy copycat restaurant recipes perfect for any occasion. These copycat recipes attempt to replicate recipes found in the most popular restaurants. This is a collection of copycat recipes of famous secret recipes that are almost as good as famous restaurant recipes. From Cracker Barrel copycat recipes like Old Country Store Fried Apples to McDonald's copycat recipes for Big Mac Sauce, these copycat restaurant recipes let you replicate that classic restaurant taste. Spice up your cooking with a copycat recipe. These copycat recipes are not exact replicas, but the copycat recipes are close to the originals.
31 Secret Restaurant Copycat Recipes eCookbook
Table of Contents
Included in this 51-page eCookbook:
Chili's Boneless Buffalo Wings: Nothing brings a party together like a good plate of chicken wings. This Chili's copycat recipe will have everyone clamoring for more. Serve with dressing and celery to authenticate the true restaurant vibe. This is one of the best copycat recipes around. (Page 10)
Panda Express Orange Chicken: Panda Express copycat recipes are so good, you will swear the recipes were made by their top-notch chefs. Add a sweet and tangy kick to your cooking routine with this restaurant recipe. Use this copycat recipe to bring delicious Asian-style flavor to your dinner table. (Page 29)
The Cheesecake Factory's Santa Fe Chicken Salad: For some reason, salads always taste better at restaurants. Discover why the legendary salads at The Cheesecake Factory taste so good with this quick and easy copycat recipe. It is hard to go wrong with copycat restaurant recipes inspired by The Cheesecake Factory. (Page 37)
KFC's Coleslaw: Coleslaw is the perfect creamy addition to a fried chicken meal. This copycat recipe has so much flavor, you'll swear it came straight from the Colonel's own kitchen. (Page 12)
Cheesecake Factory Cajun Jambalaya Pasta: Of all the recipes served at the Cheesecake Factory, this might be one of the best. Make a classic meal for friends and family with this easy copycat recipe. Making delicious copycat recipes at home is easy with this superb recipe. (Page 16)
Cracker Barrel Old Country Store Hash Browns: Cracker Barrel has become a beacon to road travelers because of the quality of its food. Comfort your stomach in the morning with this easy baked copycat recipe. Learn how to make a delicious breakfast with copycat recipes for hash browns. (Page 20)
Homemade Red Lobster Cheddar Bay Biscuits (shown above): Red Lobster makes some of the fluffiest, tastiest biscuits around. This recipe for a homemade version allows you to make them any time the craving hits. Serve up these yummy homemade biscuits as a side for nearly any meal; they go great with everything! (Page 43)
Applebee's Bourbon Steak: Copycat recipes expose the secrets of the pros. Making a mouth-watering steak is quick and easy with this awesome copycat recipe. Save yourself some money with Applebee's copycat recipes. (Page 9)
Applebee's Classic Patty Melt: Applebee's has become a national chain because of the quality of its menus. Applebee's makes one of the tastiest burgers around. Learn how professional cooks make such a delicious burger with this easy copycat recipe. (Page 41)
Applebee's Broiled Salmon With Garlic Butter: Cooking fish is a delicate procedure. This copycat recipe shows you how to cook the perfect salmon filet, Applebee's style. Applebee's copycat recipes are filling and loaded with lots of flavor. (Page 39)
Copycat Applebee's Maple Butter Pecan Blondie (shown above): For a completely crave-worthy dessert, try this easy copycat recipe for Applebee's famous Maple Butter Pecan Blondie. It's a sweet treat that you won't soon forget. It's one of those restaurant dessert recipes that we're so happy there's a knockoff version of that we can make at home. (Page 45)
T.G.I. Friday's Sizzling Chicken and Cheese: Chicken with cheese is a classic culinary combination. This delicious copycat recipe is oozing with flavor. Make one of the tastiest copycat recipes around with this savory treat. (Page 38)
T.G.I. Friday's Hot Artichoke and Spinach Dip: Bring in your weekend with a bang with this tasty dip copycat recipe. With only seven ingredients, make one of the best copycat recipes for dip in just 20 minutes. This recipe will be the big hit at your next party. (Page 21)
T.G.I. Friday's Original Jack Daniel's Sauce: Add some saucy flavor to your next meat meal with this free copycat recipe for glaze. Make delicious copycat recipes inspired from T.G.I. Friday's restaurant for your next meal. (Page 35)
Panera Bread Broccoli Cheddar Soup: One of the most comforting soups you'll ever eat, this cheesy recipe is perfect to make on a cold fall or winter day. This recipe for copycat Panera Broccoli Cheddar Soup is easy to make and will save you the trip out to the actual restaurant. What could be better than that? (Page47)
Copycat McDonald's Shamrock Shake (shown above): A springtime classic, this fast food shake recipe is one that nearly everyone wants to have in their recipe box. Instead of having to wait for McDonald's to put this seasonal treat on their menu each year, why not just make a homemade version at home? This copycat Shamrock Shake recipe is soon to be a new favorite! (Page 49)
We hope you enjoyed our collection of homemade versions of your favorite restaurant recipes. From T.G.I. Friday's to Applebee's and from Red Lobster to Cracker Barrel, there are so many awesome restaurants that we love dining at that we wish we could do it all the time. Since money doesn't grow on trees, however, that's where great restaurant copycat recipes like these come in. Keep this copycat collection handy for those times when you want the great flavor of dining out but don't want to burn a hole in your wallet.
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