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The hardest part of copying restaurant recipes is figuring out what the ingredients are. Though most secret ingredients will only be found through trial and error, you can copy most of the rest. This can be done largely by taste, texture, color, and smell. Basically, you use your senses to tell you what the ingredients are. However, you must also use your culinary knowledge as preparation methods may change the characteristics of some ingredients.
The preparation is the next step and this can also make a huge difference. Many restaurant recipes may have additional steps that give it that extra special flavor. When trying to recreate your restaurant recipes you should try a number of preparation methods and pre-preparation steps. Like I said, the only way to recreate these recipes is through trial and error, but if you keep trying the same thing you may never get there.
To illustrate my point about preparation, let us consider simple French fries. Now, there are a number of ways you can prepare French fries and a number of pre-steps you can try. First, you may want to try baking versus frying. Varying oil and oven temperatures can also make a difference along with different cooking times. Pre-steps may include soaking the fries before actually cooking them. One of these steps may be the key to unlock your secret restaurant recipes.
If you are running out of options, or you are not having fun anymore, you can look online. Many sites will include restaurant recipes that were copied by other individuals. These recipes may not taste exactly the way you had envisioned them, although some can be quite close, but you can always modify the recipe to your liking.
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