Everyone enjoys going out to restaurants and enjoying good quality food, but do we think about making those dishes from our own kitchen? As Seen on TV’s book America’s Restaurant Recipes provides a great way to make your own recipes while saving time and money from a restaurant and includes tons of extra bonuses. Some dishes I chose to make was the KFC coleslaw and fried chicken which was actually very tasty and good. They were tender with a crunchy flavorful texture because chef Ron Douglas shares his herbs, spices, and cooking techniques. The Red Lobster Cheddar Bay Biscuits were also very flavorful and very simple to put together with the shrimp scampi and soft shell crab recipes. Was impressed by the amount of restaurant recipes he’s shared in his eBook after I’ve been using his book for about 5 months. Here are some more ratings to share:
T.G.I.F Friday’s french onion soup: Outstanding recipe and easy to make. Surprised that it wasn’t too salty
B.B. King’s BBQ Ribs: The ribs were tender, juicy and the directions were easy to follow.
Olive Garden Chocolate Chip Cheesecake: A rich chocolate taste made with simple ingredients and gets great reviews.
Famous Dave’s BBQ sauce: Adjusted some of the seasonings for a spicier taste and came out as a rich sauce for chicken or ribs.
Applebee’s Bourbon Street Steak: By far my favorite and was close to the one I had at Applebee’s a couple of months ago.
Some favorite desserts in the book include:
Mrs Field’s Peanut Butter Cookies
Ruby Tuesday’s Apple Pie
Oreo Cookie Shake
Bailey’s Irish Cream Soda
Chef Ron Douglas has been featured on The Wendy Williams Show, Fox News Channel, and Home Shopping network. I always wanted to learn to cook my favorite dishes at home but wasn’t sure if could find a product with high standards. Definitely would recommend it to anyone who wants to save time and money from going out to eat all the time and impress their family and friends with great recipes. Think the product gets an 8.5 out of a 10 star rating especially for its relatively low cost and bonus features.