7 Cookbooks That Let You Make Your Restaurant Favorites at Home
Goodbye, steep bill and long wait times: Try a restaurant copycat recipes cookbook, like the ones below.
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Trust us when we say that after making some recipes in our Copycat Restaurant Favorites cookbook, you’ll never have a craving for the takeout stuff again. With more than 100 recipes from restaurants like Olive Garden and Panera Bread, you can get your favorites without having to leave home.
From “America’s Clone Recipe King” comes this book of copycat recipes, from Cinnabon’s classic cinnamon roll to KFC’s fried chicken and Arby’s curly fries. And as if that’s not enough, here are more copycat recipes that are better than the real thing.
There’s a hack for each and every meal in this restaurant cookbook, which gives you the secret to making restaurant-quality dishes—from fluffy French toast to creamy tiramisu—at home. With more than 85 dishes to make, you can bring a few to your next potluck to impress your family and friends.
Eating out at restaurants is great—except when it comes to the wait, the bill and not knowing exactly what’s in your meal. This copycat cookbook aims to alleviate those issues by giving you the tools to create your favorite meals at home (like these copycat Olive Garden favorites).
If you’ve ever wanted to make Red Lobster’s iconic cheddar bay biscuits or Chili’s to-die-for southwestern egg rolls, this cookbook is here to teach you. The sequel to the original Top Secret Restaurant Recipes cookbook, it offers more than 150 new recipes to enjoy.
No need to call for Chinese takeout: With this PF Chang’s, Panda Express, and Pei Wei inspired cookbook, making your family’s favorite Asian dishes at home has never been simpler, or tastier!