A banh mi without a bun? That's right—load up a plate of crispy lattice fries with spicy roasted chicken and top with quick-pickled veggies. So good!
An ever-popular Korean dish that usually accompanies Korean BBQ—this one can be featured as an appetizer or as a tasty side.
If these spicy pork nachos are wrong, we don't want to be right. Use hot and spicy chicharrones as a base and load 'em up with crispy pork belly, spicy corn, fresh jalapeños and a creamy sauce.
French fries really do go with everything, in this case, ice cream! Take a scoop of vanilla and make it noteworthy when you serve it with Simplot Conquest® Delivery+® fries, strawberries, hot fudge and shredded coconut.
A bowl featuring classic Cuban flavors—roasted chicken legs over a bed of veggies topped with savory sofrito sauce and garnished with green olives, golden raisins and fresh cilantro.
Customers love a good chicken bowl, and this one—loaded with Jamaican flavor—is a sure to be a pleaser. Brown rice topped with peppers and onions, Jerk chicken thighs, black bean mango salsa, shredded coconut, diced avocado and a house-made Scotch bonnet honey glaze.
We took a quintessential Hawaiian comfort food dish and made it into a bowl featuring cauliflower rice, peppers and onions, and seared ground beef. Topped off with brown gravy and served with sweet potato salad and a fried egg. Aloha!
Barbados is known for its delicious spicy fish dishes, and this bowl brings the classic flavors of the islands together. With crispy red snapper fillets atop cilantro lime rice, peppers, onions, papaya, habanero mango salsa and a honey melon glaze.
You can find a Chef's salad on just about any good menu because customers love them. We've updated the classic with broccoli, cheese curds, and pickled peppers and onions. Top it off with the much-loved crispy bacon, sliced turkey, and soft-boiled egg.
A filling salad packed full of ingredients your customers won't find just anywhere. We top riced cauliflower with braised lamb and lemon labneh, and roasted sweet potatoes—then finish it off with crispy onions, Harissa sauce, pomegranate seeds and fresh mint.
This salad is completely—and deliciously—different than the mayonnaise-based version you've come to expect. Roasted baby potatoes and peaches, topped with burrata cheese and iced blueberry croutons. Served with a house-made green onion-jalapeño sauce.
A salad that brings all the freshest flavors of Mexican street food into one bowl. Roasted corn and jalapeño, diced avocado, grape tomatoes, red radish and queso fresco tossed in a light mayo dressing and sprinkled with sumac.
Not just any dipping sauce—this one gets attention for all the right reasons. It's pink. It's unexpected. And, we think it's pretty darn tasty. What will you serve it with?
Instantly elevate any salad or veggie platter with a side of this creamy house-made dressing.
This incredibly versatile dip is fantastic on sandwiches, wraps, or garlic bread—it also pairs perfectly with a veggie or french fry platter. We think it'd be tasty on pretty much anything!
Creamy, entirely dairy-free, garlicky in the best way and brightened up with just the right amount of lemon juice.
While customers crave nutritious, healthy salad options to support lifestyle and fitness goals, it can be challenging to stick to these ideals when appetites kick in. The “salads that satisfy” approach is a great way to surprise and delight your hungry customers.
Late-night customers are returning to bars and restaurants and they are ready to spend money on experiences, food and drinks. In this article, we give tips, tricks, and ideas to make your late-night menu streamlined and profitable.
Generate a buzz with your sauce offerings by creating a unique dipping sauce or by placing a twist on a classic condiment. And be sure to showcase your creations on your social media channels to draw in new customers!
If spicing up your menu is top of mind, consider adding a refreshing new unique bowl guaranteed to tantalize your customers’ taste buds. We’re here to praise the robust and exotic flavors of island cuisines.