Copycat Restaurant Recipes

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Copycat restaurant recipes are a great way to get the dining out experience without all the costs. It's a well known fact that eating out can get very expensive over time, not to mention the negative health effects that can arise. The average American eats out more than 3 times per week. Over the course of a year, that adds up to over 7 thousand dollars! Then when you consider that most restaurant dishes contain over a days worth of sodium and saturated fat, the damages really start to add up. That's why many are turning to copycat restaurant recipes so that they can enjoy their favorite restaurant dishes without punishing their wallet and waistline.

Many of Americas most popular restaurant dishes are actually quite easy to duplicate and taste amazingly similar to restaurant prepared meals. Many of the ingredients you need are already in your kitchen. Not only that, but you can also reduce the salt and fat content of these dishes without sacrificing the flavor. This allows you to enjoy your favorite restaurant meals from the comfort of your home, while at the same time saving money and calories! It's really an excellent option if you're on a budget, a diet, or just don't feel like sitting in traffic.

Here are some of my favorite cooking secrets that can help reduce sodium and fat content without harming the taste of my favorite restaurant foods:
Replace cooking oil with olive oil or reduce fat oils
Pan fry rather than deep frying
Replace 80/20 ground beef with 90/10
Replace bacon with turkey bacon
Reduce added salt by 1/2
Use sodium free spices
Replace processed breads with whole grain

These are just a few of the ways you can make your dishes healthy without giving up the taste.

Want to talk about cost savings? Eating out just one time normally costs upwards of $30 dollars per person. That's not including wine and other alcoholic beverages. By preparing the same dish at home, you're generally looking at less than $5 dollars per serving. That's 1/6 the cost, conservatively! Over time, those savings really add up. Not to mention, you can eat your favorite dishes any time you want without having to drive to the restaurant. That's convenience and cost savings.

So whether you're looking to save money, cut calories, save time, or just impress your friends and family, copycat restaurant recipes are the way to go. Cut out the waiting, tipping, and driving, and cut straight to the delicious meal. It takes less time, and best of all, it's fun! You'll be amazed at how simple it is to cook your favorite dishes from all of America's most famous chains and restaurants. Impress your friends, amaze your family, and save time and money in the process. Unleash your inner chef and try out some copycat restaurant recipes.
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This article was published on 2011/01/18