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Top Secret Restaurant Recipes 2: More Amazing Clones of Famous Dishes from America's Favorite Restaurant Chains Paperback – December 26, 2006
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Some recipes are more complex than others, but generally, the ingredients are readily available and the instructions are easy to follow. So far, our favorites are The Cheesecake Factory's Avocado Egg Rolls, Chilis Chicken Tortilla Soup, and PF Chang's Lettuce Wraps. So far, we haven't made a recipe yet that doesn't please.
I like to cook recipes with easy to find ingredients and recipes that are some what simple.
This book was a pleasant surprise but it delivered!
I just made the Chili's Que-so Clone Recipe last night and it made a very big batch of chili cheese dip and indeed it tasted just like the Chili's appetizer that I order so frequently at the restaurant! Just from making that one recipe this book has already payed for itself!
I liked it so much I went ahead and ordered his Top Secret Recipes 3 and the Top Secret Recipes Unlocked because there are a few recipes in those books that I order frequently at the restaurant such as the "great balls of fire" from Joe's Crab Shack and the Little Ceaser's Crazy Bread!
Defiantly try out this book! It is worth it!!!
I would recommend going to his website before you purchase any of the books because it lets you look at the table of contents inside of the book to see what restaurant recipes are included!
I am very pleased.
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Sent a copy to my granddaughter I have a copy you have enjoyed the recipesPublished 2 months ago by Lucy F. Shipley
You'd be surprised at how close these recipes are to the originals. I love to cook and these recipes are great. Most of them are very simple and easy to follow. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Sarah Latif