Copykat.com's Dining Out At Home Cookbook: Recipes for the Most Delicious Dishes from America's Most Popular Restaurants
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The most widely loved dishes from everyone's favorite restaurants are now as close as the kitchen. This book presents the most popular of CopyKat.com's taste-tested, chef-approved "copycat" recipes for delicious drinks, awesome appetizers, mouthwatering main courses, and scrumptious desserts. With its easy-to-follow format and clear instructions, this book is accessible to even novice cooks, letting anyone amaze their friends, families, and dates with perfectly reproduced dishes. There's no more arguing about where to go for dinner: husbands can enjoy an Alice Springs Chicken and Bloomin' Onion from Outback Steakhouse, while picky kids wolf down Chili Cheese Frito Wraps as if they were parked outside a Sonic. This book covers it all, from having friends over for a happy hour with mozzarella sticks, sliders, and margaritas just like they serve at T.G.I. Friday's to winning his heart with dinner-date classics like the Olive Garden's Chicken Alfredo or the Cheesecake Factory's Madeira Chicken.
ingredients make a nice salad without using a prepackaged mix. Fresh ingredients make it taste wonderfully refreshing. For variation, this is really good with small cubes of cheddar cheese added. You may want to double this recipe. 2 cups dry small shell pasta 3 to 4 peeled baby carrots (or 1 large carrot), shredded 1 (8-ounce) can very young peas, drained (important—young peas are small and crisp) 1 (1-ounce) packet Ranch dressing mix 2 tablespoons Real Bacon Bits 1/2 teaspoon onion powder
day and wonder what I can make for dinner. My first impulse is to pull chicken breasts out of the freezer and create something. Here, all you need is some margarita mix to help give the chicken a citrus flavor. These are really easy to make, and they taste fantastic the next day on top of a salad. 4 boneless, skinless chicken breasts 1 cup liquid margarita mix freshly ground black pepper, to taste black beans Mexican rice pico de gallo Pour the margarita mix over the chicken breasts
Remove the potatoes from the oven, and place them on a serving dish. Serve the potatoes with beef gravy poured on top. Optional toppings could be sour cream, chopped red onion, or chopped green onion. YIELD: 1 LARGE SERVING CopyKat.com’s OLIVE GARDEN® Pasta Alfredo This was the recipe that spawned my desire to re-create restaurant-style dishes. At my first spoonful, I was hooked on this warm pasta covered in cream sauce with cheese and hint of garlic. Honestly, if I am in the
butter in a large frying pan and sauté the garlic for a couple of moments, and then add the potatoes, salt, pepper, celery salt, and dill. Pan-fry the potatoes until they are light brown. YIELD: 4 SERVINGS CopyKat.com’s BOSTON MARKET® Macaroni and Cheese Can you really make a list of comfort foods and not include macaroni and cheese? Rotini, otherwise known as spiral pasta, is one of the trademarks of the Boston Market® macaroni and cheese. We start out with spiral pasta and
before serving so the flavors can blend together. YIELD: APPROXIMATELY 1 1/4 CUPS CopyKat.com’s MCDONALD’S® Secret Sauce Although this sauce goes well on a Big Mac®, it’s also good on most any sandwich. India relish is a type of pickle relish, just like dill relish is a kind of pickle relish, but it has some extra spice in there to make it the perfect choice for this recipe. It can be found at your local grocery store. 1 cup mayonnaise 2 tablespoons India relish, drained