Introduce Asian During Any Day Part
Asian cuisine is appearing on menus from appetizers to entrees. And with consumers looking for more authentic flavors, it's catching on quickly. Introducing these top-trend tastes is as simple as combining the foreign with the familiar for an easy transition into the unexplored.
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What you’ll like: Combining common Asian flavors like Kung Pao with less explored Asian favorites for the perfect balance of new and familiar in a format that’s not too spicy.
What customers will like: Flank steak marinated overnight in soy sauce, sesame oil, rice wine, ginger and garlic, sautéed with bell peppers, white onion, Szechuan peppers and ginger, and mixed with Kung Pao sauce. Layered in fried Mission® Red Corn Tortillas and topped with Chow Mein Udon Noodles, Kung Pao beef, pickled carrot and radish shreds and garnished with chopped green scallions.
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