Salsa is a must for your taco Tuesdays or to complement a bowl of tortilla chips for a party. But what do you do with the leftover salsa after the chips or tacos are gone? If it's going to be awhile before the next time you make Mexican food, don't worry. There are still plenty of delicious ways you can use up that leftover salsa before it goes to waste. Take a look at some creative ways to use up that half-finished gar of salsa and add a little zest to your meals.
If you offer sandwiches as a catered option for your customers, they might be getting tired of the same classic options like turkey, ham, and roast beef sandwiches. Why not shake things up a little with some unique deli sandwiches? Some customers may still stick with the classics, but others will be glad to order something unique and different. To that end, here are three really unique deli sandwiches you can add to your catering menu:
A sweet spread made of fruits such as berries and citrus, marmalade is typically thicker and chunkier than its smooth jelly counterpart. Marmalades, or jams, are versatile in that they can be used in both sweet and savory recipes.
Berry marmalades are generally made with strawberries, blueberries, blackberries, raspberries, or any combination of the four fruits. They are most commonly paired with breakfast foods, such as toast, muffins, and scones, but you can also use them as an unexpected twist in many lunch and dinner recipes as well.
Pairing wine with food is an art form to many people, but what about pairing craft beer with food? More than $100 billion is spent on beer every year in the United States, and nearly $20 billion of it is spent on craft beer, so why not enjoy it to its fullest? Get the most out of your beer by pairing it with foods that will enhance the flavor of both your beer and your meal.
Alaska is known for its delicious seafood that ranges from King Crab to flavorful spot prawns. For those not in the know, spot prawns is another name for shrimp, but spot prawns aren't your ordinary shrimp – although, they are sometimes referred to as spot shrimp. These amazing shrimp (Pandalus platyceros) can reach sizes of up to 12 inches and are only found in the waters up the California coast to the Alaskan Aleutian Islands and in the Korean Strait and the Sea of Japan.