Snacks are a must serve during Ramadhan. When breaking the fast, people do not just dine on main courses, but have a light snack first, especially if they are millennials who are known for their love for snacking. This of course, is a good opportunity for more profit.
However, the offered snacks must be unique and invite the curiosity of the millennials. They have to have an appealing presentation that makes them look modern and Instagrammable so that the millennials will gladly spread them on their social media.
What kind of snacks then? They don’t have to be a new trend. Just be creative with your menu, so long as you make them appealing and delicious. Here’s a few ideas:
Bite-size crispy fried chicken is a very popular finger snack among the millennials. Easy to make and can be enjoyed anywhere and anytime, especially early in the breaking time when served alongside a cup of sweet, warm beverage. Add some savory salted egg flavor into your chicken popcorn to add to their appeal.
Cashew is a classic favorite fits for any time, especially when hanging out with friends. Want to make a unique cashew snack? Try this cashew recipe that adds savory salted egg flavor to their crispy texture.
Down look down on traditional dishes. With a little bit of twist, they can be delight hunted down by the millennials, such as this Kueh Ku which has salted egg added into the filling to give it sweet and savory flavor at the same time.
Bakpao is a good option if you want to serve a snack that is on the “heavier” side, but not too fulfilling. Try this bakpao with salted egg filling that melts into the mouth.
Tickles the millennials’ curiosity by offering sweet cake of a different kind, like this cheesecake which has the distinctive sweet and savory flavor of soy sauce added to put a twist into the classic cheesecake delight.
Bango Butterscotch Waffle
Waffle may just be the fulfilling menu the millennials are looking for. Try this waffle recipe which adds sweet soy sauce in the toppings to give a surprising burst of sweet flavor.