While working on the formula for P.F. Chang's Vegetarian Lettuce Wraps, I discovered that there were several ways I could improve the clone recipe for the Chicken Wraps that I published in Top Secret Restaurant Recipes 2. I've now perfected the flavor of the stir-fry with the addition of mirin (a sweetened sake syrup) and oyster sauce, both of which you can find in your market where the Asian foods are stocked. The "special sauce" that you spoon over your wraps has also been tweaked and perfected. And fnally, after reducing the amount of chicken from two breasts fillets to just one, I think this new and improved version of P.F. Chang's most popular dish is the absolute best clone it can be.
Fact: Sliders are the perfect party food. What’s even better is when they take practically no time to make but look and taste mega gourmet. Oh, hi, 15-minute buffalo chicken sliders. (No one needs to know it’s rotisserie chicken and store-bought buffalo sauce.)
Bye, boring turkey sandwich. Thanks to plenty of melted Monterey jack cheese and red sauce, these spicy turkey enchiladas make the perfect day-after-Thanksgiving feast. A sprinkling of roasted, salted pepitas adds a fun, seasonal flourish. The best part? You can make this tasty dinner all year round—just swap in rotisserie chicken for turkey.