Sunday, October 11, 2009

Cook Outback Steakhouse Recipes in Your Own Home

By Bill Lane

Outback Steakhouse recipes have their own unique flare. I want to share with you how you can have the great taste of Outback Steakhouse in your own home.

An appetizer of grilled shrimp on the barbie followed only by a pound of steamed crab legs topped off with a Sinful Sydney Sundae. Wow, if that doesn't make you hungry I don't know what will? Recipes from Outback Steakhouse have their own unique taste and signature flavors. However, one can't afford to eat at Outback several days a week, especially in these tough financial circumstances. So what's an Outback fan to do?

Outback Steakhouse recipes in your home is now a reality. And they are all of the good recipes too. I am not talking about some "free" recipes that claim to be like Outback. I mean there are almost 30 detailed, jaw-dropping recipes with results like you were sitting in the restaurant. Here is just a sample of the recipes you will get:

-Outback Steakhouse Original Steak

-Outback Steakhouse Shrimp on the Barbie

-Outback Steakhouse Sauteed Mushrooms

-Outback Steakhouse Sweet Potato

- Outback Steakhouse Kookaburra Wings

At first, I was very skeptical about purchasing a book claiming to have Outback Steakhouse recipes in it. So I tried a few "free" ones I found online. Well, that didn't last long. The "free" recipes were not even close to tasting like Outback Steakhouse. I figured for less than the price of a meal at Outback with a satisfaction guaranteed, I'd give the book a shot. Was I ever surprised. The recipes and instructions taste like I am sitting in Outback Steakhouse. And now it only cost me 1/3 of what I would be paying.

Outback Steakhouse recipes taste really good in the restaurant but taste fantastic when made in your own kitchen. You have nothing to lose mate, and a whole lot of awesome recipes to gain. The Recipe Secrets cookbook also features recipes from Starbucks, Wendy's, KFC, Olive Garden and Ruby Tuesday's just to name a few.

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1 comment:

Mary said...

I wonder if it has the recipe for the creamy ginger-soy dipping sauce served with the seared ahi tuna appetizer? I had it for the first time last night and loved it so much that I dipped my steak in it too! I've scoured the net tonight looking for the recipe, but to no avail...