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And on today's menu … PORK! Pork is the canvas for creating opportunities and value on your menu.
Sometimes overlooked and underestimated, pork can deliver a great eating experience and has the ability make your patrons must order list. We have compiled some of our favorite ways to serve up something your patrons might not cook at home and ways for you to leverage pork across multiple dayparts and applications. So optimize the products you bring in, increase check averages and give your patrons something they might not be able to replicate on their own – get pork back in the consideration set!
Bulgogi-Marinated Pork Loin Lettuce Wraps
Farm Promise Pork Loin is marinated in Korean Bulgogi sauce, then sautéed and served hot on leafy lettuce with steamed rice, pickled carrots, radishes, cilantro, scallions
Bulgogi has grown 53.5% on menus over the past four years and is projected to continue to grow another 24.7% over the next four years. (Datassentials SNAP 2019)
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10 Servings (3 wraps per serving)
Cover pork loin and refrigerate for at least 4 hours; ideally, 24 hours.
Layer 2 leaves of butter lettuce to make 1 wrap and top the lettuce leaves with 2.5 tablespoon brown rice, 1.5 oz of bulgogi-marinated pork, 1 tablespoon of pickled carrots, 1/3 tablespoon radishes, 1/3 tablespoon scallions, 1/3 teaspoon sesame seeds.