10 Restaurant Copy-Cat Dinner Recipes

10 Restaurant Copy-Cat Dinner Recipes

Eating out can be a great excuse to try something new or to get out of the house with family or friends. But it can be so expensive! Instead, invite friends over and serve a restaurant copy-cat dish for dinner. The cost will be cheaper and you can still have a great time!

  1. Lou Bruno's Restaurant Fourth-Generation Gnocchi - With a homemade red, meat sauce, this gnocchi is the best out there. 
  2. Olive Garden Toasted Ravioli - You can make these easily at home by using a package of ravioli. We like to use other types of ravioli for this dish.  
  3. Fountain Blue Restaurant Kluski z Kapasta - A signature dish from this restaurant just outside of Milwaukee, Wisconsin is a creamy mix of noodles and sauerkraut.  
  4. Farmers Market Restaurant Carrot Soufflé - This vegetarian, egg soufflé is tasty and a great color! 
  5. Bennigan’s Smothered Chicken - Smother your chicken with mushrooms, a hickory smoked spice, cheese and lots more for this outstanding dish. 
  6. Boston Market Meat Loaf - Now you will never have to go to Boston Market to eat your favorite meatloaf.  
  7. KFC's Mac and Cheese - Here's a clone for another of KFC's famous side dishes.  
  8. Applebee's Santa Fe Stuffed Chicken - Stuff your chicken with Applebee’s wonderful Santa Fe recipe. 
  9. Panera Bread Cafe's Sierra Turkey Sandwich - Making this famous restaurant sandwich is easy (and much cheaper!). This recipe makes enough to feed a large party 
  10. The Olive Garden's Capellini Primavera - Take a sneak peak in the Olive Garden kitchen and try this signature dish in your home. 

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Reviews (2)

  • Hi kelcie_long, I'm afraid that the photo that we used for this article is not a photo of one of the recipes in this list. Sorry for the inconvenience!

    Flag as inappropriate ksteed  |  October 1, 2010

  • I would like the name and recipe for the dish pictured above on the Restaurant Copy-Cat Dinner Recipes please.
    It looks like steak, tomatoes, potatoes?

    Flag as inappropriate kelcie_long  |  September 28, 2010

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