Bon Appétit has approached every element of the classic eggs Benedict recipe to optimize it for a crowd. Poaching eggs in advance. A hollandaise that will stay luscious for hours. A tray of perfectly toasted, buttery muffins. Yep—it’s all here. This recipe comes together in under an hour and much of it can be prepped in advance.
Looking for inspiration? Lime? Saffron? Sure! Mix it up any way you like! Find the perfect mayonnaise flavor combination for your sandwiches and signature dishes in our downloadable “Mayo Mix-In” tool.
Upscale dining meets New England down-home in this undeniable crowd pleaser. Featuring two widely popular ingredients, this dish perfectly merges rich sweet lobster meat with the savory contrast of white cheddar mac and cheese.
Bacon goes with everything, right? Add some savory flavor to your Old Fashion with this sweet and salty mixture, featuring Hormel Black Label Bacon.
DeIorio’s Dough Flat is a convenient option to create a delicious calzone. Using a thawed dough flat, ingredients are placed on one side of the flat, then the dough is folded over creating a pocket, edges are sealed, slashed to vent, then baked.
This classic combination of sweet pineapple, and salty ham is a great way to mix up the traditional fried rice.
The Cobb salad is said to have originated at the Brown Derby restaurant in Los Angeles way back in the 1930s. It is poster child for composed salads, where the ingredients are decoratively arranged rather than tossed, the Cobb is beautiful when the ingredients are presented in rows.
This crowd pleasing appetizer is sure to satisfy your spicy and savory craving. Everything is better wrapped in bacon.
Pork shoulder rubbed in combination of dark brown sugar, paprika, garlic, ginger, and onion, slow smoked for hours and then finished with Original Barbecue Sauce.
This epic burger is a mouth-watering mouth full. Featuring a fresh Angus beef patty topped with crumbled bleu cheese, bacon, lettuce, tomato, and buffalo wing sauce on a toasted bun.
Classic ingredients, smoky bacon and Monetary Jack cheese between two grilled flour tortillas. Your customers are going to love this easy to prepare quesadilla. Perfect as an appetizer or as an entree when served with a side of Spanish rice and sour cream.
With a few simple add-ins and a little creativity, you can create a tasty variety of whoopie pie filling flavors. Here are a few examples of quick and popular filling flavors!
This hearty dish features beef and pork seasoned with spices, onions, garlic, sun-dried tomatoes doused in Kentucky bourbon whiskey, and then grilled with Sweet Baby Ray’s Kickin’ Bourbon Molasses sauce! This mouthwatering meatloaf is prepared in advance and finished to-order on your flat-iron.
Chicken wings coated in flour, garlic powder, pepper, paprika, eggs and buttermilk then fried and coated in Sweet Baby Ray’s Honey BBQ Sauce and Sweet Baby Ray’s Hot Sauce. This classic Southern dish gets a kick from Sweet Baby Ray’s and is a certified customer-pleaser!
Loaded with green onions, celery, chunky blue cheese, and savory grilled chicken, deliciously nestled on a bed of Sweet Baby Ray’s Buffalo Wing Sauce… this flatbread is part pizza, part ultimate buffalo wing experience, that’s alllll good!
Miniature fried corn tostadas with guacamole, Citrus Chipotle BBQ glazed grilled shrimp topped with Ranch dressing and cilantro. This seafood appetizer with upscale style features approachable ingredients that combine for impressive flavor. These delectable bites are an excellent choice for catering menus, and if you’re looking for your next lunch special, this concept makes a fantastic quesadilla!
This southwestern staple is the perfect blend of classic, hearty ingredients and is guaranteed to please even the pickiest pallets. Incorporating Sweet Baby Ray’s Original Barbecue sauce gives this robust chili its distinctive sweet, smoky flavor.
These mussels in a sweet red chili glaze make a perfect appetizer or menu-board special. They are quickly prepared to order and taste absolutely delicious, especially with SBR’s Sweet Red Chili sauce. Mussels are a widely-popular seafood offering with upscale appeal.
This dish is grilled perfection, with succulent and tender chicken thigh meat complimented by the rich flavors of Sweet Baby Ray’s Kickin’ Bourbon Mollases sauce and a pop of red pepper spice. Easy to pair with a wide variety of sides, this dish works well in a casual setting or as an upscale comfort offering.
A tender and flaky cedar-plank-roasted salmon fillet glazed with Sweet Baby Ray’s Bourbon Molasses, served with savory slices of grilled pineapple. The immediate reaction to the first bite of this succulent salmon is usually “oh-my-god”. With just the right amount of sweet, this memorable seafood dish has fantastic appeal on menus, and
plate plank appeal that will exceed expectations! Try pairing with a Hawaiian sticky rice.
This heat seeker’s flatbread pizza includes hot Italian sausage and soppressata, and a delicious sweet heat from SBR’s Mango Habanero Sauce. Perfect for lunch or dinner menus, but this spicy pie is especially appealing on a bar menu when paired with a cool IPA.
Your customers won’t be able to stop at just one. These Asian-seasoned beef meatballs are roasted & glazed with Sweet Baby Ray’s Teriyaki & Sweet Red Chili Sauces for a double kah-pow of flavor!
Tender seasoned tempura pork tossed with “Teriyaki BBQ” (a combination of SBRs Original BBQ Sauce and Teriyaki Wing Sauce) with stir-fried bok choy, mushrooms, pea pods, white onions, red peppers, garlic, and scallions served over a bed of tender rice. For health conscious, on-trend appeal, serve over a bed of quinoa.
Crispy flatbread topped with Sweet Baby Ray’s Garlic Parmesan Sauce, shredded mozzarella, and tomato bruschetta, garnished with basil. This refreshingly-fresh dish menus well as an appetizer or vegetarian lunch option. The classic bruschetta look is perfectly complimented by the rich garlic flavor.
Savory chicken skewers marinated in lemon vinaigrette and cooked over an open flame. Savored slowly, but most likely devoured, this dish has healthy, fresh and seasonal appeal on a stick! Try offering your customers a choice for the number of skewers they want, or skip the couscous and menu them as an appetizer.