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80 Best-Selling Foods You Can Sell at Fetes and Fairs

80 Best-Selling Foods You Can Sell at Fetes and Fairs

What About Hot Food to be Served at Fetes and Fairs?

Don’t discount selling hot food at a fete.  Many people go to fetes and fairs expecting to eat – so don’t disappoint!  Make sure it is a dish that is easy to hold and walk with at the same time!

Hot Food Ideas:

Many of these hot food ideas would make an ideal stall on their own!!!

Traditional Hot Food:

  • Barbecued Sausages on Bread with fried onions
  • Baked Potatoes with assorted fillings (Hawaiian, Italian, Mexican etc)
  • Hot Chips, Burgers, Hot Dogs
  • Dagwood Dogs
  • Pancakes with assorted toppings,
  • Nachos, Tacos, Burritos
  • Mini Pizzas
  • Roast Beef and Gravy Rolls (and chicken and pork)
  • Fried Fish and Chips
  • Pies and Sausage rolls
  • Potato Gems and Gravy
  • Bacon and Egg Burgers

Trending Fete and Fair Foods:

  • Tornado Potato Spirals (Twist Potato)
  • Deep-Fried Mozerella Sticks with Dipping Sauce
  • Mexican Soft Shell Tacos
  • Sliders (Mini Burgers)
  • Heirloom Tomato Brushetta
Stainless Steel Potato Spiral
Stainless Steel Potato Spiral from Kogan

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