Think of this as a tortilla made of grilled cheese, that can be filled with all kinds of meats or vegetables.
This condiment can be used for a stew of poultry or pork meat.
Most restaurants in Mexico will offer free of charge at your request Chiles Toreados, which are serranos sofritos (sautéed in vegetable oil until dark)
This interesting sauce is the Caribbean oil-based variation on the African sauce from Angola, which was transferred to the region by Portuguese immigrants working the cacao plantations in Trinidad and Guyana.
While Tunisian Five Spice Powder sounds like something the DEA looks for in your luggage at the airport, it’s really a simple blend of curry spices from North Africa.
Spicy pomegranate chicken has been done in more ways than a bad sitcom or a Hallmark movie. It’s just a great basis for experimentation.
Hot and spicy peanut sauce is a standard condiment in Indonesia. This sauce is not only used with satays but as a basis for unusual curries and as a dipping sauce.