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As the world’s sweetest fruit with 55% natural sugar content, they pair well with sharp cheeses, savoury cold cuts and cured meats and salty nuts. Top cheeses with them and bake them in the oven or wrap them in prosciutto or parma ham. Or scatter them on your platter or board and eat them on their own. It’s a delicious way to zhoosh up your grazing platters and cheese boards with a Middle Eastern pop of nectary, caramelly sweetness.
Tangy barberry is reduced to a delicious gooeyness with pomegranate juice and honey and spiced with cardamom, star anise, clove, bay leaf and thyme. The end result is a zesty, sticky and chunky sauce with notes of Middle Eastern spices. Perfect to top on ice cream, yoghurt, cheesecake, pancake and even a simple toast
Why not make your tea-time more exciTEAng with a Persian delicacy – #StuffedDates. They’re snack-ready to be enjoyed with no fuss on lazy afternoons and sophisticated enough to be served in more formal tea ceremonies. Just serve them on a nice intricate bowl with your favourite tea set and voila!