33 Secret Restaurant Copycat Recipes: Volume III

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33 Secret Restaurant Copycat Recipes: Volume III33 Secret Restaurant Copycat Recipes: Volume IIICopyright 2010 by Prime Publishing LLCRecipeLion.com does not hold any copyright or trademark, nor claim any ownership, to any copy cat (restaurant orproduct clone) recipe listed in our eCookbook(s) or website(s). The recipes listed are not the original recipe unlessspecifically stated. They are considered to be acceptable "clones" to the original for the home cook to attempt toduplicate. Please also note that many nation-wide restaurant chains vary their menus and ingredients by region sothe version provided may be different to what you may have tried before.Trademarks are property of their respective holders. When used, trademarks are for the benefit of the trademarkowner only. Any trademarked names are used only to identify the recipe and give the restaurant or product named inthe recipe identification.All rights reserved. No part of this book may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronicor mechanical, including photocopying, recording, or by any information storage or retrieval system, without writtenpermission from the publisher, except in the case of brief quotations embodied in critical articles and reviews.Trademarks are property of their respective holders. When used, trademarks are for the benefit of the trademarkowner only.Published by Prime Publishing LLC, 3400 Dundee Road, Northbrook, IL 60062 – www.primecp.comFind thousands of free recipes, cooking tips, entertaining ideas and more athttp://www.RecipeLion.com/.2

33 Secret Restaurant Copycat Recipes: Volume IIILetter from the EditorsDear Reader,Nearly every one of us has gone to a restaurant and had a meal that was so good that we wanted tolearn how to make that recipe at home. The problem is famous restaurant recipes are tough to find,because restaurants can be very protective of their most popular recipes.Luckily, many talented home cooks out there spend hours playing around with recipes to try and createcopycat recipes of those famous top secret recipes. And while the copycat recipes may not be exactreplicas of those famous restaurant recipes, they are so close that you will never know the difference.And some of our restaurant recipes – those from larger chains – may be the exact recipes.So, here at RecipeLion we have put together our second collection of the best copycat recipes so thatother home cooks could have the joy of cooking a top secret recipe in their own homes and wowingtheir family and friends with recipes that are so close to famous restaurant recipes.It is important to note that none of these copycat recipes are the actual copyright protected top secretrecipes. Instead, they are copycat recipes that do their best to taste as close as possible to the famousrecipes.For even more restaurant copycat recipes, quick and easy dinner ideas, cooking tips and more, visit us atwww.RecipeLion.com.Our eCookbooks, like all our recipes, are absolutely FREE to members of our cooking and recipecommunity. Please feel free to share with family and friends and ask them to check out our website atwww.RecipeLion.com.Sincerely,The Editors of n.comFind thousands of free recipes, cooking tips, entertaining ideas and more athttp://www.RecipeLion.com/.3

33 Secret Restaurant Copycat Recipes: Volume IIITable of ContentsJimmy Buffet’s Margaritaville Perfect Margarita . 6Dog ‘n’ Suds Coney Sauce. 8Chili’s Black Bean Soup . 9Chili’s Southwest Chicken Chili . 11Joe’s Crab Shack Blue Crab Dip. 13California Pizza Kitchen Copycat Pizza Dough . 16Burger King Big King Copycat . 19Macaroni Grill Insalata Florentine . 21Cheesecake Factory Copycat Bleu Cheese Dressing. 22Cheesecake Factory Pasta with Mushroom Bolognese. 23Sizzler Steak and Shrimp Scampi . 25Applebee’s Hot Artichoke and Spinach Dip. 26Cracker Barrel Old Country Store Copycat Biscuits . 27Cracker Barrel Old Country Store Potato Soup . 28Carrabba’s Copycat Chicken Marsala . 29Carrabba’s Italian Grill Copycat Meatballs . 30Carrabba’s Chocolate Dream Copycat Recipe . 31A&W Coney Island Copycat Sauce. 33Popeye’s Cajun Gravy Copycat Recipe . 34Shakey’s Mojo Potatoes . 36Red Lobster Cheddar Bay Biscuits . 37Find thousands of free recipes, cooking tips, entertaining ideas and more athttp://www.RecipeLion.com/.4

33 Secret Restaurant Copycat Recipes: Volume IIIRed Lobster Shrimp Scampi . 38Steak ‘n’ Shake Chili . 39Bennigan’s Copycat Baked Potato Soup. 40Hooter’s Buffalo Wings Copycat Recipe . 41Starbucks Frappuccino Copycat Recipe. 43Starbucks Spiced Holiday Coffee . 44Benihana Copycat Sesame Chicken . 45Benihana Ginger Salad Dressing . 46House of Blues Cornbread Stuffing . 47Panda Express Spicy Chicken. 48Bob Evans Dinner Rolls. 50Boston Market Sweet Potato Casserole . 51Find thousands of free recipes, cooking tips, entertaining ideas and more athttp://www.RecipeLion.com/.5

33 Secret Restaurant Copycat Recipes: Volume IIIJimmy Buffet’s Margaritaville Perfect MargaritaDescriptionAs an accompaniment to any hamburger or Mexican dish, this copycat recipe for JimmyBuffett's Margaritaville Restaurant Perfect Margarita really is perfect!Ingredients crushed ice3 wedges lime2 ounces gold tequila (Cuervo 1800)1/2 ounce tequila (Cuervo white)1 1/4 ounces Rose's Lime Juice1/2 ounce triple sec (Bols)1 splash orange Curacao (Bols)Instructions1. Put all ingredients except the 3 lime wedges into a shaker.2. Squeeze 2 of the lime wedges into the shaker.3. Shake well.4. Rim outside of glass only with lime.Find thousands of free recipes, cooking tips, entertaining ideas and more athttp://www.RecipeLion.com/.6

33 Secret Restaurant Copycat Recipes: Volume III5. Salt only the outside of the glass.6. Add fresh crushed ice to glass.7. Strain mixture over ice.8. Squeeze remaining lime wedge in glass.Find thousands of free recipes, cooking tips, entertaining ideas and more athttp://www.RecipeLion.com/.7

33 Secret Restaurant Copycat Recipes: Volume IIIDog ‘n’ Suds Coney SauceDescriptionWho doesn't love a good old-fashioned drive-in restaurant with car-hops, like Dog 'n' Suds?Everybody loves them, but they aren't open year-round in some places. No problem, becausewith this great copycat recipe for their famous Dog 'n' Suds Coney Sauce, you can enjoy all thegoodness in the comfort of your own home, any time you want.Serves: 6Cooking Time: 1 hrIngredients 1 pound ground beef2 tablespoons prepared mustard2 tablespoons granulated sugar1 teaspoon Worcestershire sauce1/4 teaspoon Tabasco sauce1 small onion, chopped2 tablespoons vinegar1 tablespoon water1/4 teaspoon celery seedcatsup, to tasteInstructions1. In a salted skillet, brown ground beef with onion over medium heat, breaking up meatwith a fork to crumble it fine. Drain off fat.2. Add remaining ingredients, except catsup. Mix well, then add enough catsup to keepmixture loose.3. Simmer, partially covered, 1 hour, adding catsup as needed. Makes enough sauce for 6to 8 medium hot dogs.Find thousands of free recipes, cooking tips, entertaining ideas and more athttp://www.RecipeLion.com/.8

33 Secret Restaurant Copycat Recipes: Volume IIIChili’s Black Bean SoupDescriptionThis Chili's black bean soup recipe is so hearty it can be served as a main course. Tons of blackbeans are seasoned and cooked slowly with smoked sausage in this flavorful soup.Ingredients 1/4 cup olive oil/4 cup yellow onion, diced1/4 cup carrot, diced1/4 cup green bell pepper, diced4 beef bouillon cubes1 cup boiling water1 1/2 quarts (3 pounds) canned black beans, not drained2 tablespoons cooking sherry1 tablespoon distilled white vinegar2 tablespoons Worcestershire sauce1 tablespoon granulated sugar2 teaspoons garlic, granulated2 teaspoons salt1/2 teaspoon black pepper, ground2 teaspoons chili powder8 ounces smoked sausage, small dice1 tablespoon cornstarch2 tablespoons water1Instructions1. In a medium stock pot, place the olive oil, onion, carrot, and bell pepper. Sauté thevegetables until they are tender. Bring 1 cup of water to a boil, add the bouillon cubes,Find thousands of free recipes, cooking tips, entertaining ideas and more athttp://www.RecipeLion.com/.9

33 Secret Restaurant Copycat Recipes: Volume IIIand allow to dissolve.2. Add the bouillon, cooked beans, and the remaining ingredients (except cornstarch and 2tablespoons water) to sautéed vegetables. Bring mixture to a simmer and cookapproximately 15 minutes.3. In a blender, puree 1 quart of the soup, and put back into the pot.4. In a separate bowl, combine the cornstarch and 2 tablespoon water. Add the cornstarchmix to the soup and bring to a boil for 1 minute.NotesServe with cornbread, white rice, or your favorite side dish.Find thousands of free recipes, cooking tips, entertaining ideas and more athttp://www.RecipeLion.com/.10

33 Secret Restaurant Copycat Recipes: Volume IIIChili’s Southwest Chicken ChiliDescriptionNow you can make Chili's Southwest Chicken Chili at home! This recipe from the vice presidentof culinary operations at Chili's is a winner at the restaurant and it's sure to be a winner athome.Ingredients 1/4 cup vegetable oil/2 cup diced onion1 1/3 cups diced green bell pepper2 tablespoons diced seeded jalapeno peppers3 tablespoons fresh minced garlic4 1/2 cups water8 teaspoons chicken base2 teaspoons lime juice2 tablespoons granulated sugar3 tablespoons cornstarch3 tablespoons ground cumin2 1/2 teaspoons chili powder4 teaspoons ground paprika4 teaspoons dried basil2 teaspoons fresh minced cilantro1 1/2 teaspoons ground red pepper1/2 teaspoon ground oregano1/2 cup crushed canned tomatillos1 (4 ounce) can diced green chiles, drained2 (15 ounce) cans navy beans or small white beans, drained1 (15 ounce) can dark red kidney beans, drained3 pounds diced cooked chicken breastShredded cheese and sour cream for garnish (optional)Tortilla chips1Instructions1. In 5-quart or larger pot, heat oil over medium heat. Add onions and sauté along withbell pepper, jalapeno and garlic. Cook until vegetables are tender.Find thousands of free recipes, cooking tips, entertaining ideas and more athttp://www.RecipeLion.com/.11

33 Secret Restaurant Copycat Recipes: Volume III2. In another container, combine water, chicken base, lime juice, sugar, cornstarch andseasonings. Add to vegetable mixture.3. Add tomatillos and diced green chiles to pot; bring to boil. Add beans and chicken;simmer 10 minutes. Serve topped with cheese and sour cream if desired, with tortillachips on the side.NotesYields about 4 quartsFind thousands of free recipes, cooking tips, entertaining ideas and more athttp://www.RecipeLion.com/.12

33 Secret Restaurant Copycat Recipes: Volume IIIJoe’s Crab Shack Blue Crab DipDescriptionGoing out to a restaurant for seafood can be so expensive, but there's no reason you can't havethat great restaurant taste at home! A perfect example is this blue crab dip copycat recipe. Ittastes just like the one you can order at Joe's Crab Shack, but for a fraction of the price!Serves: 4Cooking Time: 4 minIngredients 8 ounces cream cheese, softened2 dashes dry mustard2 splashes Tabasco sauce3 tablespoons heavy whipping cream1/2 teaspoon Old Bay Seasoning2 teaspoons white wine1 tablespoon grated Parmesan cheese2 teaspoons shrimp base2 teaspoons diced onion2 teaspoons diced red bell pepper2 teaspoons diced green bell pepper2 teaspoons diced Roma tomatoes2 teaspoons diced green onion5 1/3 ounces canned crab meat - drained1 tablespoon grated Parmesan cheese, for garnishTortilla chipsInstructions1. Fold together all ingredients, except Parmesan for garnish and tortilla chips.2. Spread evenly into oven-proof baking dish.3. Microwave on medium power for 4 minutes.4. Transfer to oven and broil until top is slightly browned.Find thousands of free recipes, cooking tips, entertaining ideas and more athttp://www.RecipeLion.com/.13

33 Secret Restaurant Copycat Recipes: Volume III5. Garnish with Parmesan and serve with tortilla chips for dipping.Find thousands of free recipes, cooking tips, entertaining ideas and more athttp://www.RecipeLion.com/.14

33 Secret Restaurant Copycat Recipes: Volume IIIFind thousands of free recipes, cooking tips, entertaining ideas and more athttp://www.RecipeLion.com/.15

33 Secret Restaurant Copycat Recipes: Volume IIICalifornia Pizza Kitchen Copycat Pizza DoughDescriptionCalifornia Pizza Kitchen does a wonderful job with their pizzas, and you can recreate the samewonderful taste at home. Follow this California Pizza Kitchen Copycat Pizza Dough recipe, andyou'll enjoy restaurant quality pizza without having to leave your home.Ingredients 1 teaspoon yeast1 cup plus 1 tablespoon warm water (105 to 110 degrees F)1 1/2 cups bread flour or all-purpose flour2 teaspoons granulated sugar1 teaspoon salt1 tablespoon extra virgin olive oil plus 1 tablespoon for coatingInstructionsTo prepare the dough:1. Dissolve the yeast in the water and set aside for 5 to 10 minutes. Be sure that the wateris warm, not hot. Temperatures of 120 degrees F and above will kill the yeast, and yourdough will not rise.2. If using an upright electric mixer, use the mixing paddle attachment (this batch size istoo small for the dough hook to be effective). Combine all other ingredients (except theadditional teaspoon of olive oil) and combine them with the dissolved yeast in themixing bowl. Do not pour the salt directly into the yeast water because this would killsome of the yeast. Allow these ingredients to mix gradually, use the lowest 2 speeds tomix the dough. Mix for 2 to 3 minutes, until the dough is smooth and elastic.Find thousands of free recipes, cooking tips, entertaining ideas and more athttp://www.RecipeLion.com/.16

33 Secret Restaurant Copycat Recipes: Volume III3. If using a food processor, using a dough "blade" made of plastic rather than the sharpsteel knife attachment; proceed as for stand mixer. Mix just until a smooth dough ball isformed.4. If mixing by hand, place the dry ingredients in a 4 to 6 quart mixing bowl. Make a well inthe middle and pour in the liquids (reserving the teaspoon of olive oil). Use a woodenspoon to combine the ingredients. Once initial mixing is done, you can lightly oil yourhands and begin kneading the dough. Knead for 5 minutes. When done the doughshould be slightly tacky (that is, it should be barely beyond sticking to your hands).5. Lightly oil the dough ball and the interior of a 1-quart glass bowl. Place the dough ball inthe bowl and seal the bowl with clear food wrap. Seal airtight. Set aside at roomtemperature (70 to 70 degrees F) to rise until double in bulk - about 1 1/2 to 2 hours.6. The dough could be used at this point, but it will not be that wonderful, chewy, flavorfuldough that it will later become. Punch down the dough, re-form a nice round ball andreturn it to the same bowl. Cover again with clear food wrap. Place the bowl in therefrigerator overnight, covered airtight.7. About 2 hours before you are ready to assemble your pizza, remove the dough from therefrigerator. Use a sharp knife to divide the dough into 2 equal portions (or 4 equalportions if making appetizer-size pizza or if smaller 6-inch pizzas are desired.)8. Roll the smaller doughs into round balls on a smooth, clean surface. Be sure to seal anyholes by pinching or rolling.9. Place the newly-formed dough balls in a glass casserole dish, spaced far enough apart toallow for each to double in size. Seal the top of the dish airtight with clear food wrap.Set aside at room temperature until the dough balls have doubled in size (about 2hours). They should be smooth and puffy.To stretch and form the dough for pizza:1. Sprinkle a medium dusting of flour over a 12 x 12-inch clean, smooth surface; a pizzapeel is ideal for this. Use a metal spatula or dough spacer to carefully remove a doughball from the glass casserole dish, being very careful to preserve its round shape. Flourthe dough liberally. Place the floured dough on the floured smooth surface.Find thousands of free recipes, cooking tips, entertaining ideas and more athttp://www.RecipeLion.com/.17

33 Secret Restaurant Copycat Recipes: Volume III2. Use your hand or rolling pin to press the dough down forming a flat circle about 1/2-icnhthick. Pinch the dough between your fingers all around the edge of the circle, forming alip or rim that rises about 1/4-inch above the center surface of the dough. You maycontinue this outward stretching motion of the hands until you have reached a 9-inchdiameter pizza dough.To dress your pizza:1. Lightly sprinkle cornmeal, semolina or flour over the surface of a wooden pizza peel.Arrange the stretched dough over the floured peel surface. Work quickly to dress thepizza so that the dough will not become soggy or sticky from the sauces and toppings.2. When you are ready to transfer the pizza to the pizza stone in the pre-heated oven,grasp the handle of the peel and execute a very small test jerk to verify that the pizzawill come easily off the peel. If the dough does not mo

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