I went to Carrabba's Italian Grill one day, and had their Chicken Marsala. It was the most delicious meal I have ever eaten in a restaurant. I loved the blend of flavors from the spices in the chicken, mixed with the wine infused mushroom sauce. In short, it was incredible! My mouth waters every time I think of it to this day. Here is the recipe for everyone to enjoy. Is it company...
These ribs were a hit at a BBQ diner I attended recently. The host was serving a bunch of copycat recipes and this one was on the menu. This can easily be made gluten free bu using gluten free Worcestershire sauce.
This is the slaw recipe from KFC. If you like that then you can make it now!
Tha sauce is delicious and so simple. This recipe is ideal to use left over roast beef or pot roast beef. Don't be stingy with the sauce. The recipe says 12 servings but I say 9. Add more Tabasco if you love spicy. The recipe is from"Recipe4living.
found this on website www.allfreecopycatrecipes.com
I hope you're ready for a Taste Of Home recipe invasion because I have 6 new TOH recipes lined up & ready to share. This is the 1st, TOH credited Jill Rodriguez of Gonzales, Louisiana & it features 2 of my favorite food groups (Chocolate & Coffee). Diabetic Exchanges = 1/2 starch & 1/2 milk. ENJOY!
This is a recipe from Commander's Palace in New Orleans, from back when Emeril Lagasse was the chef there. It combines the elements of Creole and Cajun cooking together. Try to find Andouille Sausage because of it's unique taste, but if you can't find it another good quality spicy smoked pork sausage can be substituted. I often use Conecuh Smoked Sausage when serving this to people...
I have always enjoyed the KFC potato salad, the consistency and flavors are just right for my taste buds. I have been on a mission to copy the flavors for a while now and this is the end result. The dill pickle juices are the key ingredient in this recipe, do not omit or sub this. Everyone who has tried this potato salad says it is “The Real Deal”
A recipe I tried at a friends house. She was trying a bunch of copycat recipes at a BBQ dinner she was hosting. This was delicious and was gobbled up in no time. The original recipe calls for 1 cup of sugar as listed here but I only used 1/2 cup sugar when I made it.
The Angry Whopper Sauce recipe is posted here: #recipe22995
You can find the Angry Whopper Burger recipe here: #recipe22996
I love this sandwich but I'm glad I can make it at home
I made this a little while ago and we really liked it, I cannot compare it to Wendy's because I've never had it but I hear it's quite good. Makes about 16 cups and it freezes really well
When I was little my Mom took us to A&W and this was my favorite burger. The sauce seems to have changed so this is the newer version. Ok the computer took the first one back so instead of salad dressing and barbecue sauce put 1 tablespoon Thousand Island dressing; this is how I remember it in the early '60s. There wasn't as much barbecue sauce as there is now.
This is a childhood favourite of mine I would order when I went to our favourite spot. My parents would bring us to A&W which was a drive-in restaurant at that time. The servers would wheel themselves on roller skates and bring your food tray to the car and hang the tray over the open widow.