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Choosing A Better Food Supplier

After struggling for months with poor food vendors, we realized that we needed to start shopping around for a new food supplier. I knew that our restaurant was only as good as the food that we served, so we started meeting with different vendors and trying to tell what set them apart. After meeting with several different businesses, we were really impressed with one supplier that really knew their stuff. This blog is all about what to look for in a food supplier and how to avoid problems with poor quality foodservice and ingredients. You never know, some of this advice could make your restaurant truly special.

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Non-Dessert Ways to Use Honey-Roasted Pecans

Honey-roasted pecans are delicious, but like most foods, if you order them in bulk, you may find yourself with extras that you struggle to use up. There are a lot of desserts you can make with them, from sundaes to cookies. But if you're looking for some non-dessert ways to use up your honey-roasted pecans, the following ideas will come in handy.

Coat your fish or chicken.

Honey-roasted pecans can be a delicious coating for chicken or fish. First, you want to crush the pecans; then, you can add some seasonings to the chopped nuts. Use whichever spices you like. A combination of paprika, onion powder, and a little garlic powder works well. Dip your fish or chicken into a beaten egg and then into the chopped pecans. Then, you can either pan-fry your chicken or fish in a little oil. You could also drizzle it in oil and then put it in a baking pan to roast in the oven. 

Top your toast.

If you at toast and are looking for a way to make it more unique, you can try topping it with some honey-roasted pecans. First, spread it with butter and a jam or your choice. Then, stick some pecans on top. You can chop them if you want, but they work perfectly well when left whole, too. The pecans make your toast so much more filling as they are a good source of both fat and protein. 

Make trail mix.

Trail mix is not just for hikers. It is also a great snack to bring with you to work, on road trips, or when you have a busy day of running errands. You can mix together a cup or so of honey-roasted pecans, an equal portion of raising or another dried fruit, some chocolate chips, and perhaps also some small crackers, such as oyster crackers. This mix will store for weeks in a cool, dry place. You could even pre-portion your pecan trail mix into little sandwich bags so all you need to do is grab one before you head out the door.

Should you ever find yourself with extra honey-roasted pecans on-hand, just remember you don't have to use them all in desserts. They can make a great coating for your chicken or fish, a fun toast topping, or even the nutty base for your own homemade trail mix. Yum!

For more information, reach out to a company such as Selman Nut Co.