Preparing stir fries requires cooking quickly with intense heat and a flavor-neutral oil so diners can experience the delicious taste of your vegetable, protein, and grain ingredients.
With a higher smoke temperature of 460 ºF, high oleic soybean oil (HOSoy) can withstand the heat generated by the wide, super-hot jet flame burners used in Mandarin style wok cooking as well as the deep and narrow flame created by volcano burners.
HOSoy’s high smoke temperature will not produce the burned, bitter taste that oils with lower smoke temperatures can impart to your stir fry dishes.
of New Dining Trends.
New quick serve items such as grain power bowls, plant-based proteins, and vegetarian or vegan entrees are gaining in popularity.
Offering vegetable-based items with global flavors on your menu helps your operation appeal to a wider, and younger, range of diners.
More Americans Are Turning to Technology to stay on track with Fitness Goals.
Close to 28% of consumers look for heart-healthy meals while dining out (Kerry Foods Research). Almost 92 million Americans use health, fitness, and nutrition apps—including apps that gauge the healthfulness of restaurant meals. That number is expected to increase to more than 99 million by 2023 (Statista).
Stir fries are an excellent way to add heart-healthy menu options that don’t sacrifice flavor.
The conundrum for restaurateurs is how to offer healthful meals that also deliver on the rich flavor consumers demand when they dine out.
Utilizing flavor-neutral high oleic soybean oil in stir fries and other high temperature, fast cooked entrees can fulfill both desires: healthy and flavorful!
To appeal to a broader range of diners, consider offering menu options that give patrons the great taste and beautiful appearance that is consistent with your operation, but also offer heart-healthy benefits.
High oleic soybean oil offers:
- 0 grams trans fat
- Lower saturated fat
- 3X the beneficial monounsaturated fatty acids (MUFAs) compared to conventional soybean oil