Copycat Recipes – Make Something Special

Copycat restaurant recipes, often called top secret recipes, are revolutionizing home cooking everywhere. The recent influx of recipes has Applebee’s recipes really made cooking more fun for me. I enjoy cooking most of the time, but cooking things that I’ve had in restaurants really enthuses me. It is just plain fun when your food turns out as good or better than your favorite restaurant.

Copycat restaurant recipes give you a lot of options when it comes to cooking dinner. My wife and I like to go to Chili’s quite frequently, but lately they’ve discontinued several of the things we like to cook. The solution…make them ourselves. That’s right. There are a lot of Chili’s recipes in most of the copycat cookbooks. It is really easy as long as you have the recipe.

We really liked Chili’s Lettuce Wraps and the Boneless Shanghai Wings, but they stopped offering them. We also really like the Mongolian Beef from PF Chang’s but we don’t have a PF Chang’s where we live. Those recipes are also available.

We like to make alfredo from Olive Garden, chicken marsala from Macaroni Grill, as well as many of our other favorite dishes from other places. The alfredo is really easy. In fact, it’s one of the easiest things you can make.

Copycat restaurant recipes let you fix meals that only cost a fraction of the price of the restaurant dishes. If you’re trying to cut down expenses, cooking your own restaurant dishes will save you a lot of money. A meal of pasta alfredo will only cost three to four dollars for a family of four as opposed to thirty dollars or more at a restaurant.

Copycat recipes actually do taste as good as the restaurant dishes. You will be pleasantly surprised with the results.

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