A spice blend that is wonderful. The more you eat it the more addictive it becomes. Serve with toasted crusty bread and olive oil. Dip bread into olive oil, then into the hazelnut mixture and enjoy this unique and addictive mix.
If you prefer or can't find an unripe papaya, cucumber can be used instead. The ingredients in this Thai-style salad are mashed together into a chunky, pulpy mixture and topped with peanuts.
This is an easy, authentic dish that appeals to a wide range of tastes. The combination of ingredients may appear unusual, but even those shy to experiment with new flavours love this one. Vegan friendly!
An exotic dip consisting of walnuts and a touch of pomegranate. Originally from Syria, this is also popular in parts of Lebanon and Turkey. Serve with pitta bread.
This is a popular Pakistani rice pudding, flavoured with cardamon and rose water. Serve warm or cold.
Smooth peanut butter, honey, spicy chilli paste and fiery fresh ginger simmer with chicken stock to make a delicious sauce for Asian noodles. Garnish with sliced spring onions and more peanuts.
Chunky peanut butter, garlic, fresh ginger and coriander blended into an exotic Asian-style dipping sauce or marinade. Great for satay. Use sweetened or unsweetened peanut butter, depending on your preference.
A lot of oil will come to the top of the dish. Don't worry, this is normal - it is the oil from the walnuts. Most supermarkets carry pomegranate juice, or you can find the syrup in Middle Eastern shops.
Easy, delectable tuna coated with sesame seeds and quickly seared. This Japanese-inspired dish is served rare, so be sure your tuna is fresh and of good quality.
This is a simple peanut sauce that is sure to become one of your staples. Serve over stir-fried veggies and rice.