Restaurant Recipes

By: Susan Jennerjohn

Wouldn't it be nice to get your favorite restaurant foods at home? You can with recipes that clone professional restaurant recipes. These recipes are developed by examining the dishes at the restaurant, making notes about taste, color and ingredients. This is then turned into a basic recipe and the experimentation begins. The cook tries each recipe and makes alterations as needed until the product ends up like the professional restaurant dish. It takes a lot of trial and error, but the end result costs pennies on the dollar compared to the restaurant dish.
You can make enough to feed a whole family for the price you pay at the restaurant.

You can also make smaller servings at home which are better for your waistline. These clone recipes can be found all over internet recipe sharing sites and there have been books written featuring these recipes. If you can't find the recipe you want try the process yourself - you never know what you can come up with until you try.Many sites around the internet offer free recipes. Certain food manufacturers also give away sample recipes on their sites. These recipes are developed to give consumers different ways to use the company's product. The idea behind these sorts of recipes is to sell their products. They believe consumers are more likely to buy their products if they can use it in many different ways. You can also find these free sample recipes in some packages or with coupons in magazines. Most of these companies have a recipe book that you can buy for a small fee or with shipping and handling costs plus UPS symbols off their products. On their website they may offer a sample of recipes from these books.

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