White Castle Offers Recipes to Improve Seasonal Celebrations

    Industry News | March 23, 2021
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    White Castle has multiple recipes to make gatherings more memorable.

    With Easter Sunday ahead, White Castle is offering tips to improving seasonal celebrations.

    First, try adding White Castle’s Original Slider Stuffing to your Easter table. Sure, this Thanksgiving staple goes great with turkey, but it also complements ham, lamb, beef and other traditional Easter fare. White Castle introduced the savory stuffing in 1991, using the Original Slider as the primary ingredient. In 2019, White Castle released a new version of the recipe, using the Impossible Slider for Cravers who want a nonmeat option. Both the traditional and meat-free recipes can be found on White Castle’s website under “Recipes.”

    Next, Cravers can adorn their dining tables with White Castle’s new, limited-edition Cravey Boat, now available on White Castle’s House of Crave website. White Castle created its first-ever Cravey Boat for Thanksgiving 2020 and tested it with a small group of Cravers. They responded so favorably to the exclusive piece that White Castle opted to create a new 100th birthday edition and make it available to the public. With a sleek look inspired by fine design and a spirit of great taste, the Cravey Boat is perfect for gravy, fondue, hollandaise and other craveable sauces. It’s available for just $25 (plus tax and shipping).

    “However and whenever people set their tables this spring, White Castle wants to be right there with them,” says Jamie Richardson, a vice president at White Castle. “In these still uncertain yet very hopeful times, our recipes and Cravey Boat are perfectly suited to help Cravers capitalize on their seasonal celebrations.” 

    In addition to the stuffing recipe, White Castle also suggests three more recipes that will make gatherings more memorable:

    Bunny Sliders – Here’s a delicious dish that the youngest Cravers will have as much fun making as eating, so hop to it! All that’s needed is a Slider for the body, apple slice ears, a carrot nose and a miniature marshmallow tail.

    Brunch Craver’s Benedict – Top your favorite Slider with a poached egg, Canadian bacon and classic hollandaise sauce poured from your new Cravey Boat.

    White Castle Slider Bloody Mary – This recipe features a traditional Bloody Mary garnished with celery stalks and five skewers stacked with Sliders, sausage links, bacon strips, mini-waffles, cheese cubes, cherry tomatoes and a hard-boiled egg.

    The Original Slider and Impossible Slider can be purchased at White Castle restaurants. The Original Slider along with four other Slider varieties can also be picked up in freezer aisles at retail stores across the country. Whichever Slider is used, the recipes are all fantastic. 

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