Restaurant owners looking to diversify the normal hot dog and hamburger fare may want to consider introducing new meats into the menu. Keeping the menu unique will help a business become and stay a local favorite.
Here are two meat options to consider throwing on the grill:
1. Kielbasa. This Polish sausage often has a slightly spicy bite. Grill it until it is slightly brown and then cut it down the center. Stuff it into a hot dog bun with spicy Dijon mustard and top with chopped onions or sautéed cabbage to create a savory flavor.
2. Bratwurst. For those who enjoy traditional German dishes, the bratwurst is a preferred sausage. Grill the meat over medium heat for about 20 minutes. After that is complete, combine beer, water, ketchup and the bratwurst in a saucepan and simmer for 15 to 20 minutes. This mixture will give the sausage a robust flavor.
Selecting new dining fare to grill on restaurant equipment like the Vulcan VTEC36 Charbroiler can attract new customers and keep them coming back for more.