Outback Steakhouse Recipes - Fool Your Friends And Family

If you ever tried to make your own version of outbcack steakhouse recipes you probably discovered that without knowing the secret ingredients they use no matter how hard you try your dish will not taste exactly like theirs. I recently bought a cookbook that gives you the exact recipes they use. If you follow the book your dishes will taste just like outbacks.

We recently had a party at our home and I was elected to handle the food. I decided to create all my dishes around outbacks menu. Everything came out great and all my guests were happy. Later on in the party one of my closest friends asked me how much I spent on the catered Outback food. She could not believe it when I told her I made all the food myself. In fact most of my guests thought I ordered take out.

Trying to get that certain taste form one of your favorite restaurants can be a real challenge. You can also waste a lot of food experimenting. If you do not know the exact ingredients they use you will never get the taste down. The copy cat recipe books I bought taught me a lot. The first time I scanned through the cookbook I looked up some of the recipes I tried to make before. I looked at the ingredients list and had a "wow" moment, so thats what they put in there.

Some of the ingredients used you would never think of using. But that is how they get their one of a kind taste. For instance I was making a cheese sauce the other day and one of the ingredients was yellow mustard. Now I would have never thought of that on my own.

We can now make a blooming onion and not have it come out tasteless and mushy. Plus the dipping sauces are an exact match. In fact we did a few tests by putting the copy cat recipe next to an original and no one can tell the difference.

Applebees is another on of our favorite restaurants but it gets a little expensive after a while. Most good copy cat cookbooks will cover all the major restaurants. Allowing you to re create any of your favorite dishes at home. Some cookbooks are a waste of money so you have to check them out before you buy. I basically have only two that I would recommend. As far as searching around the Internet for free recipes, once in a while you will find a decent recipe but most of the time I discovered the person posting what they think is an exact copy isn't even close.

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