Breakfast has long been championed as the most important meal of the day and with diners looking for a little more excitement and satisfaction on their plate, consumption of breakfast out of home is growing and average spend on the breakfast occasion is on the rise*.
With Lamb Weston’s delicious Potato Puffs and Mini Hash Brown Triangles, your customers can offer up an exciting tasty energy boost to power people through their day. These golden, crisp little treasures of finely chopped and seasoned potato with onion and herbs are based on an original recipe.
They’re a perfect quick and easy way to enhance an exciting all-day breakfast, as well as inspiring, innovative and stand-out dishes to menus for all day part snacks and sharing platters. Combine with other menu offerings such as salads, wraps or appetisers. Serve as an accompaniment bar snack part or put them into a burger or wrap.
Lamb Weston’s waterchilling technique has improved the texture of the Potato Puffs and Mini Hash Brown Triangles – and the rest of its exciting breakfast range – to deliver the ‘bite’ consumers are looking for. And the entire range is gluten free to support customers in satisfying the growing consumer demand for gluten-free menu options; they can also be cooked in the oven or fried for those that are health conscious.
Help to inspire your customers with these tasty recipes:
Breakfast omelette – Whisk 4 eggs and pour into large frying pan. Add crispy bacon, sliced cherry tomatoes, fried and sliced mushrooms then add 24 pre-cooked Mini Hash Brown triangles or Potato Puffs. Cook for 3-4 mins on a medium heat. Remove from pan, cut into quarters. To serve, sprinkle with chopped chives and black pepper.
Nacho Puffs – Substitute corn tortillas with Potato Puffs for an alternative nachos sharer. Cook Potato Puffs and layer with chilli beef and grated cheese, then place in the oven at 200°C for 3-5 mins or until the cheese has melted. To serve, top with salsa, guacamole, sour cream and green jalapeno slices.
* MCA Eating Out Panel – Consumer Dashboard – December 2018: Average spend on the breakfast occasion is up 4% YOY / MCA Eating Out Panel – Consumer Dashboard – January 2019: Average spend on the breakfast occasion is up 3% YOY