If you enjoy eating out at restaurants quite regularly then you will undoubtedly have your own favorite restaurants and favorite dishes you always order when you go there. Eating out at restuarants all the itme can become costly after a while, sure it’s great to get out, but if you are doing it 3 times a week or more it can add up quickly.
A solution is to enjoy your favorite meals at home by using restaurant copycat recipes. A copycat restuarant recipe is a specially researched and reverse engineered recipe created by experts through trial and error in order to capture the taste of a popular restaurant recipe that would otherwise be kept secret. Big chain restaurants and even smaller restaurants will jealously guard their recipe secrets so as to not lose business. You can however take advantage of other peoples experience in recreating these dishes by finding copycat restaurant recipes and cooking from them at home.
Following other peoples copycat recipes will take out all the guess work from cooking your favorite dishes at home. Why waste your time with trial and error trying to find the exact method to recapture a classic meal? Copycat restaurant recipe books can be found on the web by respected authors who will walk you through the simple step by step methods to cooking your favorite dishes. Many will give you instant download access to their books for a small price and you will be cooking away in no time.
You can create successful dinner parties and offer up a range of famous dishes that will amaze your guests and family. Not to mention of course the money you would save. Hundred’s of previously secret recipes from some of America’s most loved restaurants have been put together in copycat restaurant recipe books that can be downloaded for immediate access. Best of all you don’t need to be a superstar in the kitchen to get started, all you need is very basic cooking skills, even if you can only fry an egg, you’ll be able to understand and recreate restaurant quality meals at home.
- A quintessential dining experience in Chengdu, the capital of China’s Sichuan province, is popping into a mi fen eatery to slurp up a silky bowl of rice noodles and innards swimming in spicy broth. Chuan Hung in Telok Ayer brings that authentic experience right to Singapore’s central business district with chefs from Chengdu and home-made rice noodles from the prefecture of Mianyang, which is famed for this specialty product. Order chits on each table let diners customise their noodle bowls for the level of spiciness and add-ons like beef tongue and chicken offal.