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It's an obvious knock-off inspired by the Worcestershire and mayo-based sauces made famous by the fried chicken tender chains Zaxby's and Raising Cane's. But KFC's version is a little different with the addition of pickle juice, mustard, and a little more sugar than the other recipes. Many say it's better than the popular dipping sauces that inspired it. Use this sauce for dipping baked frozen chicken strips or chicken tenders you make from scratch using my recipe for cloning KFC's Extra Crispy Tenders. Be the first to get Todd's latest hacked recipes, sent to your inbox every week.

Just. For 30 years I've been deconstructing America's most iconic brand-name foods to make the best original clone recipes for you to use at home. Welcome to my lab. Created by food hacker Todd Wilbur, this copycat Chick-fil-A sauce is inspired by the sweet and smoky secret chicken sandwich sauce that is the top pick at the restaurant.

Use it on chicken, ham and turkey sandwiches, or as a delicious dipping sauce for chicken fingers and nuggets. Ingredients: Soybean oil, sugar, water, vinegars, eggs, tomato paste, mustard seed, salt, corn syrup, lemon juice, natural smoke flavor, preservatives, garlic, Xanthan gum, onions, red chili peppers, citric acid, turmeric, paprika, annatto, spices. Nutritional Facts: Serving Size 1 tbsp. Servings per Container Just like the pro chefs use.

A secret blend of herbs and spices that will make your homemade steaks taste like they came from a famous steakhouse chain. Contains no MSG or preservatives. Great for anyone who likes a truly amazing steak. Top Secret Steak Rub is created by Food Hacker Todd Wilbur who has spent the last 30 years reverse-engineering popular menu items at the most-loved restaurant chains across America.

By identifying the herbs, spices and other ingredients that make great restaurant food taste so good, Todd created this custom Top Secret Steak Rub to help you make restaurant-style steaks at home. All it takes is just a few shakes.

I need a good lickin

Then cook the steaks your favorite way. Money back guarantee. Kosher certified. Created by food hacker Todd Wilbur, this sauce is inspired by the special sauce McDonald's uses on their world-famous hamburgers. Ingredients: Soybean oil, cucumbers, sugar, water, white distilled vinegar, eggs, salt, mustard seed, corn syrup, onions, natural flavors, spices, Xanthan gum, garlic, turmeric, lemon juice, pimento, soy protein, preservatives, paprika, citric acid, annatto, Autolyzed yeast, sunflower oil.

Nutritional facts: Serving size 1 tbsp. Servings per container Created by food hacker Todd Wilbur, this sauce is inspired by the delicious secret chicken finger dipping sauce from Zaxby's. Ingredients: Soybean oil, white distilled vinegar, water, tomato concentrate, eggs, high fructose corn syrup, salt, corn syrup, spices, lemon juice, mustard seed, garlic, molasses, onions, paprika, sugar, citric acid, celery seed, Xanthan gum, preservatives, anchovy extract, autolyzed yeast, natural flavors, tamarind extract, caramel color, sunflower oil.

Nutrition Facts: Serving Size 1 tbsp. Menu Description : "Quickly-cooked steak with scallions and garlic. Flank steak is cut into bite-sized chunks against the grain, then it's lightly dusted with potato starch in our case we'll use cornstarchflash-fried in oil, and doused with an amazing sweet soy garlic sauce. The beef comes out tender as can be, and the simple sauce sings to your taste buds. I deed this recipe to use a wok, but if you don't have one a saute pan will suffice you may need to add more oil to the pan to cover the beef in the flash-frying step.

Chang's secret sauce is what makes this dish so good, and it's versatile. If you don't dig beef, you can substitute with chicken. Or you can brush it on grilled salmon. I've cloned a lot of the best dishes from P. Chang's top-selling items are similar in preparation technique: bite-size pieces of meat are lightly breaded and wok-seared in oil, then doused with a secret sauce mixture.

This PF Chang's copycat recipe is made the same way. The heat in the citrusy sauce comes from chili garlic sauce, which you'll find in the aisle with the Asian foods in your supermarket—the rest of the sauce ingredients are common stuff. The orange peel is julienned into thin strips before adding it to the dish. Since the flavor from the peel is so strong, we won't need to add it until the end.

Cook up some white or brown rice to serve alongside this dish and get the chopsticks ready. What else are you craving from P. See if I hacked your favorite dish here. Menu Description : "Lightly-dusted, stir-fried in a sweet Szechwan sauce.

I need a good lickin

Chang's top picks. Once the sauce is finished all you have to do is saute your chicken and combine. You'll want to cook up some white or brown rice, like at the restaurant. If you can't find straight chili sauce for this recipe, the more common chili sauce with garlic in it will work just as well. Check out my other P. Chang's clone recipes here. The real version of this chili sauce comes to each Wienerschnitzel unit as concentrated brown goo in big 6-pound, ounce cans.

After adding 64 ounces of water and 15 chopped hamburger patties the stuff is transformed into the familiar thick and spicy chili sauce dolloped over hot dogs and French fries at America's largest hot dog chain. The proper proportion of spices, tomato paste, and meat is crucial; but the real challenge in hacking this recipe is finding a common grocery store equivalent for modified food starch that's used in the real chili sauce as a thickener.

After a couple days in the underground lab with Starbucks lattes on intravenous drip, I came out, squinting at the bright sunshine, with a solution to the chili conundrum. This secret combination of cornstarch and Wondra flour and plenty of salt and chili powder makes a chili sauce that says nothing but "Wienerschnitzel" all over it. Red Robin is known for great gourmet hamburgers and tasty cocktail concoctions, but the plus-unit chain also serves a huge tower of onion rings that comes with a side of this creamy, sweet-and-smoky dipping sauce. An Internet search revealed a few clues about what might be mixed into this mystery Red Robin onion ring sauce, but the complete culinary conundrum was yet to be solved.

A mixture of mayonnaise and barbecue sauce was a good starting point, but with so many varieties of barbecue sauce on the market, I had to figure out which came closest to the flavor of the original Campfire Sauce. So, I went back to Red Robin, obtained a sample of the barbecue sauce they use, and conducted a side-by-side taste test of all the major brands on the market.

After more spoonfuls of straight barbecue sauce than any human should consume at one sitting, I finally concluded that Bull's Eye Brown Sugar and Hickory comes the closest to the sauce used at the restaurant. A little more experimentation with this sauce, some mayonnaise and a couple of other ingredients, and I eventually had an awesome re-creation of the delicious dipping sauce that can be served with home-baked onion rings, poppers, French fries, or as a really great hamburger spread.

Mission accomplished. Menu Description : "Quickly-cooked spiced chicken served with cool lettuce cups. While working on the formula for P. I've now perfected the flavor of the stir-fry with the addition of mirin a sweetened sake syrup and oyster sauce, both of which you can find in your market where the Asian foods are stocked.

The "special sauce" that you spoon over your wraps has also been tweaked and perfected. And fnally, after reducing the amount of chicken from two breasts fillets to just one, I think this new and improved version of P. Chang's most popular dish is the absolute best clone it can be. The problem with adding sauce to fried food is that the wet sauce makes the crunchy fried food not so crunchy.

Panda Express manages to keep the crispy beef in Beijing Beef crispy even though it may be sitting for over 20 minutes in the sauce on its way to a hungry you. My early attempts at hacking my favorite dish at the massive Chinese food chain all resulted in gummy, soggy beef pieces that were more like flat dumplings than the delicious, crunchy strips of joy they were meant to be. Then finally, on one batch, I decided to fry the coated beef for much longer than I intuitively felt it should be cooked, resulting in dark browning on the cornstarch coating and an even darker piece of meat beneath it.

I need a good lickin

I anticipated a beef jerky experience, but when I took a bite, I found it to be delicious! And when this seemingly overcooked beef was stirred into the sauce, it stayed crispy until served, just like the real thing. Now your home muffins can be just as special using a similar recipe and freshly unlocked tricks from our favorite big-box store. You can certainly make standard muffins with this batter in a standard-size muffin pan, but in this case, bigger is definitely better. I noticed many muffin recipes use butter, but I found it made the muffins taste more like butter cake or pound cake than true muffins.

Just oil. For this hack, some of that oil comes from margarine for a mild butter flavor and thicker batterand the rest is vegetable oil. As for the blueberries, if you add them straight into the batter the juice frozen on the outside of the berries will streak your batter blue, so be sure to rinse the berries before you add them.

I need a good lickin

Roll a scoop of creamy vanilla ice cream in homemade candied pecans. Surround the ice cream with warm cinnamon apples and drizzle caramel over the top. Sprinkle fresh cinnamon-butter croutons on the dessert and you've got an irresistible clone that will make your diet cry "uncle! If you don't have plans to make the bread from scratch, you can use any sweet bread from the store, such as Hawaiian Sweet Bread or Pillsbury Honey White Bread.

Menu Description : "Pecan-crusted chicken, served sliced and chilled on salad greens tossed with Balsamic Vinaigrette dressing, topped with mandarin oranges, sweet-glazed pecans, celery, dried cranberries and bleu cheese.

And don't be intimidated by all the ingredients. The dressing is a cakewalk since you pour everything except the garlic into a blender. The pecan-crusted chicken is a simple breading process, and the chicken cooks up in a snap. You'll be spending most of your time at the chopping block as you hack pecans into little pieces and get the lettuce, garlic and celery ready. I've deed this recipe to serve four, but if there are only two of you, you can easily cut it in half. Find more yummy T. Friday's copycat recipes here. A fork is no longer necessary to eat cake with this clone of Starbucks new portable pastry creation on a stick.

The pops are each made by hand for the chain just as you will now create this delicious Starbucks birthday cake pop recipe. Along with your meal at this huge national steakhouse chain, comes a freshly baked loaf of dark, sweet bread, served on its own cutting board with soft whipped butter. One distinctive feature of the bread is its color. How does the bread get so dark? Even though this recipe includes molasses and cocoa, these ingredients alone will not give the bread its dark chocolate brown color.

Commercially produced bre that are this dark—such as pumpernickel or dark bran muffins—often contain caramel color, an ingredient used to darken foods. Since your local supermarket will not likely have this mostly commercial ingredient, we'll create the brown coloring from a mixture of three easy-to-find food colorings—red, yellow and blue. If you decide to leave the color out, just add an additional 1 tablespoon of warm water to the recipe. If you have a bread machine, you can use it for kneading the bread you'll find the order in which to add the ingredients to your machine in "Tidbits".

Then, to finish the bread, divide and roll the dough in cornmeal, and bake. Check out more of my copycat Outback Steakhouse recipes here. This clone recipe may be for the whole hamburger, but anybody who knows about Tommy's goes there because they love the chili that's on the burger—and that's the part of this clone they seek.

Turns out it's an old chili con carne recipe created back in by Tommy's founder, Tommy Koulax, for his first hamburger stand on the corner of Beverly and Rampart Boulevards in Los Angeles. By adding the right combination of water and flour and broth and spices to the meat, we can create a thick, tomato-less chili sauce worthy of the gajillions of southern California college students that make late-night Tommy's runs a four-year habit.

I need a good lickin

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