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Chicken Recipes More Posts from this Category. Pasta Recipes More Posts from this Category. Dessert Recipes More Posts from this Category. Cookie Recipes More Posts from this Category. Sign-up to our newsletter and become a member of our happy community! Please enter all required fields. Correct invalid entries. I had already hacked the well-known chocolate CupCakes from Hostess for Step-by-Step , so the cake recipe and the white icing on top was already done.
As with the chocolate CupCakes clone, the frosting is designed to be runny so that you can dip the cupcakes in it.
This will produce a smooth frosting that, when dry, looks just like the real thing. The first coat is a crumb layer that locks in the chocolate cake crumbs so that the second layer finishes clean and smooth. Before baking be sure to grease your muffin cups well so that cupcakes come out clean. And you'll need a piping bag or pastry gun with a medium tip to fill the cupcakes and a small tip to add the seven loops of white icing on top. No proper clone of this famous product would be right without that final step.
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I incorporated all those missing ingredients into this new hack recipe, tweaked a few other things, and then tested several methods of braising the beef so that it comes out perfectly tender: covered, uncovered, and a combo. The technique I settled on was cooking the sauce covered for 2 hours, then uncovered for 1 additional hour so that the sauce reduces, and the beef transforms into a fork-flakable flavor bomb. Just know that a wide noodle works best. Even fettuccine is a good choice for this Olive Garden braised beef Bolognese recipe.
Check out my other Olive Garden clone recipes here. I recalled a recipe for caramelizing white chocolate by slowly cooking it in the oven, stirring often, until it becomes golden brown.
By mixing in a little creamy peanut butter and salt I was able to create a perfectly caramelized base to which crushed peanuts and pretzels could be added. When removed from the molds the bars looked like they were made in a real candy bar factory, and they tasted like it too. I wrapped each in gold foil and felt like Willy Wonka. First impressions are important, and after my first bite of Denny's new buttermilk pancakes, I couldn't stop thinking about waffle cones.
And because of their unique waffle cone flavor, these pancakes taste just as great doused with maple syrup as they do topped with a big scoop of ice cream. If you have a large griddle pan you may be able to make a couple of these at a time. Hunt-Wesson first introduced a light variety of Swiss Miss Puddings in , but three years later changed the formula to fat-free. This chocolaty clone of the rich pudding you find in the refrigerated section of the supermarket will satisfy your chocolate craving without any fat.
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The sweetened condensed milk helps to replace fat, and the cornstarch jumps in to keep the pudding thick and creamy. The two types of chocolate used here gives you an irresistible snack that tastes just like the original product. When the first instant hot cocoa mix was developed in the fifties, it was available only to the airlines in individual portions for passengers and was called Brown Swiss. This mix was so popular that the company packaged it for sale in the grocery stores and changed the name to Swiss Miss. In the seventies, the first Swiss Miss Puddings were introduced and quickly became the leader of dairy case puddings.
When the fat-free versions of the puddings were introduced some 23 years later, they too would become a popular favorite.
No sugar needs to be added to this recipe that recreates one of the best-tasting brands of fat-free pudding on the market. The condensed milk is enough to sweeten the pudding, plus it provides a creamy consistency to help replace fat found in the full-fat version of this tasty tapioca treat. Gerry Shreiber, a college dropout, wasn't happy with the metalworking business he had been operating for about seven years with a friend, so the two decided to sell out.
It would be great to find a brand-name sauce that is a perfect match to the ginger plum sauce served at The Melting Pot, but after trying several popular brands, none of them was quite right. The sauce that came the closest is the one made by Lee Kum Kee, and I found that the best solution was to use that bottled sauce as a base and add a few other ingredients to transform it into a clone. You'll find that this sweet-and-sour sauce tastes delicious on your fondue-cooked shrimp and chicken.
The Melting Pot sells this thick sauce by the bottle and uses it as a marinade for sirloin in several of the entrees. But there's no need to buy the bottle since you can now whip up an easy clone of your own at home with this new Top Secret Recipe. It's a simple formula, and a great sauce to have nearby when you're looking for a classic, great-tasting dip for your fondue-cooked shrimp and lobster. If you like curry, you'll love this sweet-and-sour yogurt-based curry sauce, sweetened with sugar and citrus juices, and kick-up with just a pinch of cayenne pepper.
Use this for saucing up your fondue-cooked chicken and shrimp. And it's also pretty good on the vegetables. For the chicken, find frozen chicken breasts or large tenderloins with a homestyle breading. Real croissant dough rises with yeast and would blow out a Pillsbury paper tube in a day or two, even if chilled. For that reason, Pillsbury uses baking powder in products that usually call for yeast, such as cinnamon rolls and croissants. Baking powder is a chemical leavening agent activated by heat, and it will remain stable in the refrigerated section of your supermarket, safely inside the paper tubes until you bake it.
This will make perfect croissant buns which we can slice and toast for our sandwich. According to the ingredients info, there is yeast extract in the soup.
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A little bit of nooch will provide the umami deliciousness that makes chicken broth unnecessary here. Panera keeps its soup gluten-free by thickening it with a combination of rice flour and cornstarch, rather than wheat flour. There are several secrets that had to be unlocked to make this burger a satisfying hack of the signature sandwich from the rapidly expanding New York chain. First, our burger must include a spot-on facsimile of the secret ShackSauce.
I got a sample of the sauce from one of our Vegas Shake Shacks and determined the seven common ingredients, including pickle juice, that come together for a great clone. Second, our burger must be made with a special ground mix of four different cuts of beef and the patties need to be cooked the right way. I tested many combinations of meat until I landed on a flavorful blend of chuck, brisket, skirt steak, and short ribs.
If you don't have a meat grinder at home, you can have your butcher grind these for you. Grab a strong spatula and heat up a heavy skillet. And third, you'll need some soft buttered-and-toasted potato buns to hold it all together.
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Shake Shack uses Martin's rolls which are not cut all the way through, allowing the buns to be hinged open for loading. If you like sweet with a little bit of heat, and if you like salmon, then this hack from Outback is the copycat recipe for you. Grilled salmon is brushed with the restaurant's top secret Firecracker Sauce and then it's topped with simple-to-make mango salsa.
It may look like it's all chocolate, but Wendy's founder Dave Thomas thought that a purely chocolate frozen dairy dessert would overpower his burger and fries, so he mixed chocolate with vanilla to create his signature ultra-thick shake, and in , the Frosty was born. My first crack at this iconic treat was revealed in a copycat recipe published 25 years ago that called for mixing milk with Nestle Quik and vanilla ice cream in a blender.
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But the finished product was too runny, and the flavor wasn't perfect. That's why I recently holed myself up in the lab and created a formula that you now churn in a home ice cream maker until thick and creamy, and it tastes just like the real thing. Unlike my previous recipe which relied on pre-made ice cream and a drink mix, the scratch ingredients I used here allowed me to make small adjustments in flavor for a better match, and an ice cream maker is the perfect way to produce a thick, creamy consistency.