Day: March 20, 2021

The Best Copycat Recipes You Can Try at Home From TikTok

If you’re craving your favorite restaurant dish, but you’re too lazy to go pick it up, these mouthwatering copycat recipes made by TikTok users are your next best bet. If you’re in the mood for Olive Garden’s creamy fettuccine alfredo or you’ve been dreaming about sinking your teeth into a cinnamon-dusted pretzel from Auntie Anne’s, these at-home recipes will bring the best flavors into your kitchen without the wait. Complete with In-N-Out’s iconic Double Double Burger to Disney’s must-have Dole Whip, there’s not a recipe on this list that won’t make you forgo getting takeout all together.

Turn your kitchen into Panda Express, Red Lobster, Cheesecake Factory, and more after you try out these too-good-to-be-true copycat recipes. Whether you’re in need of something sweet (Hello, Ben & Jerry’s Snackable Dough!) or all you can think about is crispy, crunchy carbs (Cheesecake Factory’s Buffalo Blasts, of course), let these re-creations of

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Lizzo’s Vegan Recipes | TikTok Videos

Not only can Lizzo sing her heart out, play the flute, dance, and be a body-positive influencer who transparently and generously shares her journey of self-love to inspire others, but she’s also a skilled plant-based home cook! Most recently, Lizzo brought viral awareness to the plant-based phenomenon known as “nature’s cereal,” but she actually began sharing her enticing vegan meals on TikTok after adopting a fully plant-based lifestyle in April 2020. Her meals not only caused her fans’ mouths to salivate, but each one has challenged everything naysayers (myself included) have had to say against a vegan diet.

With each mouth-watering plate, Lizzo’s TikTok meals have further reinforced the notion that eating plant-based does not mean having to avoid your favorite nonvegan meals. The flavor profiles of the meals she shares are not diminished as a result of being vegan — instead, one could argue that they are elevated because

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How to cook with leftover pickle juice – recipe | Food

Pickle juice (especially when it’s lacto-fermented) is the perfect solution in which to brine a ham, chicken or chop. The salt content and aromatics are just right to create the ideal conditions for an umami flavour explosion, while at the same time tenderising the meat.

Today’s recipe was inspired by Joel Gamoran, a fellow zero-waste chef based in the US who runs a cooking school called Homemade. I called Joel to find out a little more about his recipe, and he was quick to tell me that brining pork chops is only one of the many amazing things you can do with pickle juice: “It’s also really good for brining chicken for frying, and it makes the best cocktails, dressings and aïolis.” He also suggests adding a drizzle to soups: “It brings them to life.”

Speaking of cocktails, to make a pickleback shot, simply mix 25ml each

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