Your commercial grill probably sees a lot of action at lunch and dinnertime, while griddles are typically reserved for breakfast items. If you don’t serve breakfast, then you’re likely reserving your grills for main course items across the board. But there are many desserts that can be made on your grill as well, and those sear marks that makes meats so tasty can enhance the flavor profile of your desserts too! Here are three dessert ideas to use for your commercial grill.
When a versatile ingredient meets affordability, it typically becomes a favorite for restaurant owners and savvy customers alike. Oatmeal encompasses these qualities and has been around for ages, although many of the preparation methods have largely stayed the same. It’s time to revamp your menu with some interesting takes on oatmeal recipes, just in time for the cold weather seasons.
The non-traditional nature of these dishes make them great as standalone treats, offering unusual flavor mixes and creative uses of ingredients. If you own a restaurant, catering company, or food business, you want to diversify your menu options.
Additionally, Japanese cookie dessert can be a great way to liven up a dinner party or surprise guests after the main course. Here are five unique Japanese cookie desert recipes.