Category:Texas Roadhouse Recipes

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Texas Roadhouse is a family-friendly steakhouse chain that features a Western theme where patrons can enjoy steaks, ribs, chicken, seafood and other mouthwatering specials.[1] Learning how to make copycat Texas Roadhouse recipes is a great way to save money while enjoying the flavor-packed specials found at the restaurant. From appetizers like tater skins, to mixed drinks and entrees, home chefs have a wide range of flavor combinations to choose from for a delightful evening meal or special holiday treat.


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Flickr: BKM_BR
Restaurant type Steakhouse
Menu options Grilled meats, appetizers, mixed drinks, desserts
Size Large portion sizes
Primary ingredients High-grade meats, fresh seasonings
Location In the United States
Author Laura Calhoun
 

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Making Texas Roadhouse Recipes Healthy

Some of Texas Roadhouse's recipes can be adapted to use healthier ingredients or cooking techniques. For example, rather than preparing the Texas Roadhouse Cactus Blossom in the traditional way using a deep fryer and a thick batter, you can bread it with panko breadcrumbs and bake it in the oven. This changes cuts both the calories and the saturated fat content.[2]

Texas Roadhouse's Fried Catfish recipe can also be made healthier. Simply replace the buttermilk in the recipe with skim milk and then batter as usual. Spray a foil-lined baking sheet with cooking spray and bake the fish in a 425 degree oven instead of frying it in oil.[3]


Texas Roadhouse Recipe Vegetarian Substitutions

While many of Texas Roadhouse's recipes feature meat, it's fairly simple to make vegetarian versions of many of the restaurant's entrees. For example, if you like the taste of Texas Roadhouse Chicken Critters, you can substitute the boneless chicken tenderloins with meatless "chicken" substitutes such as Quorn Chick'n Cutlets.[4]

Texas Roadhouse's soups can also be easily adapted to a vegetarian diet. Texas Roadhouse's Chili typically uses beef chuck, but you can omit the meat and add bulk to the chili by mixing in chopped vegetables and additional beans. Zucchini, portobello mushrooms, and black beans are all complementary vegetables that match the seasonings used in the recipe.[5]

Texas Roadhouse Sweet Potatoes Recipe

A Texas Roadhouse representative offers the recipe for sweet potatoes on a local morning news program. The sweet potato recipe is just one of the copycat recipes offered for the steakhouse chain on CopyCatRecipeGuide.com

References

  1. http://www.texasroadhouse.com/menu
  2. http://www.gimmesomeoven.com/baked-blooming-onion/
  3. http://allrecipes.com/recipe/oven-fried-catfish-2/
  4. http://www.quorn.us/products/15/chikn-cutlets
  5. http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/emeril-lagasse/vegetarian-chili-recipe/index.html