Toppings : pumpkin, olive oil, pine nuts, pizza sauce, cheese blend, sage leaves, ricotta
These tasty muffins are wonderfully moist from the diced and sliced pears with a hint of coconut sneaking through.
A Balinese sauce based on chillies, peanuts, tamarind and coconut sugar. Liquid is added to the paste to make a sauce consistency when ready to use. It is commonly served over boiled vegetables, similar to the sauce used in Gado-gado.
These mussels, midye dolma are stuffed with seasoned rice and served in their shells with a lemon wedge. They’re a true street food in Istanbul, peddled from little stands—usually lined up like shiny black-and-yellow beacons on well-traveled sokaks — by industrious young men.
Stir-fried Chicken with Cashew Nuts is a popular dish on the menu of Thai restaurants around the world. This easy recipe will bring the flavours and texture of the meal to your dinner table.
Savoury cakes and loaves are very popular in France, appearing in boulangeries and in chic cafés with a side salad on lunch menus. However, they are most likely to appear at a picnic. They are very easy to make and versatile in what ingredients to use. Simply follow the basic batter recipe and use your creativity with the fillings.
These sweet and nutty dessert or snack bars are extremely versatile – they are great as part of a dessert buffet, they can be served as a late-afternoon pick-me-up with a cup of coffee, or they can be wrapped in wax paper or plastic film to become part of a lunchbox lunch.
A popular ingredient in Brazilian desserts, Tapioca (sagu) is added to puddings and cake recipes and often consumed with different forms of coconut and condensed milk.
Take some mixed nuts, add a little spice and heat with candied ginger and cayenne pepper and you have the perfect appetiser.
This crunchy, easy-to-make-ahead brittle is sure to please everybody with a sweet tooth. They are great to have around at Xmas time.