Go farther with fewer ingredients

Keeping costs low has always been a top priority for restaurant operators, but given the last year’s events, it’s even more important now. Working with pared-down pantries, kitchen workers have had to get creative in order to offer restaurant guests the variety they crave. Luckily, there are products available that make it easy to offer that variety without sacrificing quality or putting a strain on the budget. Check out these three dishes—each features a unique, versatile ingredient that can be used across the menu.

This post is sponsored by Unilever Food Solutions


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