Salads, salads, salads! You can never go wrong with serving salad dishes in your restaurant. When customers think of salads, they already have something in mind. It is a mixture of different greens, reds, and oranges (basically, it is a bowl of a rainbow, but a yummy one).
Remember that salads offer much more than what we perceive as simply a bowl of colors! It is a bowl mixture of delicate, lustrous flavors with nutritional benefits.
Offering salads in your restaurant lets your customers choose between having a hefty meal or just enjoying a bowl of healthy salad diet.
Let your customers know the delicious salads you serve in your establishment using the features of a digital restaurant menu QR code software.
You can promote the visually satisfying salad dishes you serve in your restaurant through a website and an online ordering page. Thus, you can present perfect images of your salad dishes alongside the brief and well-versed menu description of the dish.
Since there are different salads you can serve in your restaurant, this article is here to help you. You can present salad recipes in your restaurant’s digital menu QR code and online ordering page.
Types of salads
Salads vary from tossed, composed, or bound categories. These different salads let you offer customers a healthy meal bowl with the right amount of calories.
1. Caesar Salad
Caesar Salad is a tossed salad staple you can offer in your restaurant. It comprises romaine lettuce, croutons, and Parmesan cheese tossed together with a dressing.
The Caesar Salad dressing features the tangy taste of lemon juice, olive oil, Dijon mustard, Worcestershire sauce, salt, and pepper.
You can add other Caesar Salad ingredients like cloves of garlic, anchovies, and tomatoes.
2. Greek Salad
Greek Salads are served with or without lettuce. It usually consists of healthy ingredients like fresh tomatoes, cucumbers, olives, feta cheese, and onions. A Greek Salad is best served with a light dressing composed of olive oil, salt, pepper, and oregano.
You can call a no-lettuce Greek Salad “Horiatiki.”
3. Wedge Salad
A Wedge Salad is a type of a composed salad you can serve in your restaurant. It is made from halved or quartered head of iceberg lettuce. This is a great salad you can do at lunch or during dinners.
You can serve a wedged salad with different ingredients in the mixture. A crumbled blue cheese, sour cream, buttermilk, mayonnaise, Roma tomatoes, and red onions go well with the halved or quartered iceberg lettuce.
4. Chicken Salad
Chicken Salads usually is made of shredded chicken and mayonnaise. You can also serve chicken salad with grapes, hard-boiled eggs, pickles, and onions.
A chicken salad lets you be creative and create different recipes using a chicken-mayo base. You can either incorporate potatoes and carrots in the mixture as well.
Ambrosia is a fruit salad from America. You can create a recipe with Mandarin oranges, cherries, pineapples, shredded coconut, and marshmallows. However, you can add other fruits to the mixture according to your preference.
The fruit salad is best topped with mayonnaise, cream cheese, or sour cream.
Serving salads in your restaurant lets you provide your customers with a nutritious meal packed with vitamins and antioxidants in one bowl. It allows you to offer recipes that are not heavy on the stomach but make you complete.
Now that you know some salad recipes, you can include these in your menu QR code online ordering page.
Offering healthy diets in your restaurant makes customers feel like they have choices to decide on, helping you improve engagements and sales.