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    Default Re: Golden Coral Recipes?

    bump to see if anyone else has some of these recipes.

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    Thanks for bumping, Milkyway. I really wish I had their potato salad recipe! There's a delicious "hotness" to it that I cant identify - maybe horseradish or some kind of spice.

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    Recipe: More Golden Corral Pot Roast Information
    Board: Copycat Recipe Requests at Recipelink.com
    From: Halyna - NY 4-1-2006
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    ISO: Golden Corral Pot Roast
    Source: WLKY,Louisville, KY, FOOD, July 20, 2005
    By: J. Scott Wilson, Staff Writer

    Q: I recently made a trip to Florida, and went to the Golden Corral restaurant. Their pot roast was the greatest, with a really seared crust. I would love to know how they did that. I do not think it was just done by searing for quite awhile. But what do you think? -- Nana

    A: Ah, the lure of the all-you-can-eat roast. I won't lie to you and say I never succumb, but once you make your own pot roast at home, you'll never be quite as satisfied with the buffet version.

    The formation of crust on meat is a chemical process called the Maillard reaction. It's not the time so much as the heat that governs your crust formation. For my pot roast, I put my cast-iron skillet over high heat for about five minutes, then put my roast (which has been allowed to warm up a bit from refrigerator temperature and dusted with kosher salt) into the skillet. There will be a tremendous amount of noise and a marvelous aroma.

    For a "flat" roast, give it about two minutes on each side. For a round one, just roll it a bit every 90 seconds or so until your desired crust is achieved.

    You can then braise the roast with your choice of fixings and enjoy the results!

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    Broccoli Salad Recipe
    Source: Golden Corral
    From: WKRG News 5, Mobile, Pensecola, November 6, 2007

    3 quarts prepared broccoli florets
    3 cups red onion, cut into wedges
    1 cup raisins
    1 cup bacon bits
    1 1/2 cups mayonnaise
    1/4 cup white vinegar
    1/2 cup sugar

    Place broccoli, onion, raisins and bacon in mixing bowl. Mix with spatula. Separately, mix the mayonnaise, sugar and vinegar together. When you are ready to serve, mix all the ingrediants together and serve chilled.

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    Chicken Salad Recipe
    Recipe: by Golden Corral
    From: WKRG

    2lbs. precooked, cubed chicken
    1tsp. GC steak seasoning
    2cups celery, diced
    3 cups red grapes, halved
    1 cup pecan pieces
    1/2 cup mayonnaise
    1/2 cup Ranch dressing

    Stir ingredients and serve.

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    Does anyone have the recipe for Golden Corral's meatloaf? I have been looking for it everywhere. If anyone would happen to have it, please post it! Thank you!

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    I can get what recipes you want from the golden corral. Just ask!

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    I like their meatloaf too. It's nice and firm. I cannot stand "wet" meatloaf

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    [QUOTE=Snickersnack;310822]I can get what recipes you want from the golden corral. Just ask![/QUOTE]

    Thank you so much Snickersnack

    Our GC has a wknd breakfast buffet. There's a cheesey hashbrown (baked like a casserole) dish that is wonderful. I'd love that recipe!

    deb

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    Snicker -- I would like to have their potato salad recipe also.
    "Everyone's a star and deserves the right to twinkle"

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    Start throwing the recipes out here Snicker. We would love to see them.

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    [QUOTE=Snickersnack;310822]I can get what recipes you want from the golden corral. Just ask![/QUOTE]
    My husband loves their steaks. I'm sure they are marinated somehow. would you happen to know what they do to them before they cook them? Our budget doesn't allow us to go there very often so I'd love to make them at home using the inexpensive Chuck-eye steaks that we always find on sale for $2 or less a pound. They are very much like rib-eye - only not as expensive.

    I'm not much of a meat eater, but I do like their bourbon chicken. Do you have a recipe for that?

    thanks,

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