Spring Surprises to Fill Your Restaurant Food Warmers

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Sometimes it feels as if spring will never come. When finally it does, we're all abuzz with its fresh feel and on the lookout for dishes that match the mood.

In keeping with the change of season, we're here to help you fill your restaurant food warmers with spring surprises. 

Spring Surprises for Restaurant Food Warmers

For something light and delicious, consider these Chicken Asparagus Roll-Ups. Described as a “flavorful chicken and asparagus dish with almost a hollandaise-inspired flavor,” the lovely presentation belies simple preparation. 

Around here, we're huge fans of breakfast for dinner all year 'round; but for some reason, we especially love it during the spring. That's why we love these Lemon-Ricotta Pancakes. Whether served alone or with other breakfast favorites such as bacon and eggs, these savory pancakes will be a sure hit. 

If the occasion requires somewhat fancier fare than pancakes, we recommend this delightful Dijon-Herb Crusted Salmon with Creamy Dill Sauce. Though it may sound complicated, it's really quite simple to prepare.

This elegant meal comes together in just 30 minutes, which gives you plenty of time to eat, clean, and settle in for catching up with the family.

Or, if you work in a commercial kitchen, plenty of time to clean up and perhaps even clock out early.

Our last recommendation of the day is perhaps the best: Spaghetti with Morels and Miso Brown Butter Sauce. Designed specifically to highlight the flavor of Morel mushrooms, this recipe has relatively few ingredients and takes under an hour to prep, cook, and serve! It's certain to please palates hungering for the fresh flavors of spring.

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Here at Thermodyne Foodservice Products, Inc., we provide quality food warmers for commercial, industrial, and institutional kitchens. To chat about this or anything else, or to hear more about our premium products, please feel free to contact us at any time.

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