How to be a global cook

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How to be a global cook

Think of your pantry as a gateway to your favourite world cuisine. Stock your cupboard with a few versatile but exotic ingredients and enjoy an international flavour journey without the jetlag.

Crispy satay rolls

Southeast Asian pantry and freezer staples: Woolies pork mince, peanut oil, satay marinade powder, Vietnamese crystal spring roll kit, sweet chilli sauce, rice wine vinegar. Try the crispy satay rolls recipe here.

Find our Asian-inspired recipe guide here.

chicken wings with spiced lettuce wedges

East meets Mex pantry staples: Woolworths chicken fajita spice mix, Sriracha mayo-style dipping sauce, canned red kidney beans in brine, Sriracha hot chilli sauce, Kikkoman soya sauce, sliced Jalapeños. Try the chicken wings with spiced lettuce wedges recipe here.

Find our Mexican-inspired recipe guide here.

Dukkah pea falafel pita pockets

Middle eastern pantry staples: Woolies pita breads, toasted breadcrumbs, canned butter beans, ground cumin, olive tapenade, pistachios, coriander seeds. Try the dukkah pea falafel pita pockets recipe.

Find our Mediterranean-inspired recipe guide here.

Butter chicken-flavoured chickpea curry with home-made busted rotis

Indian pantry staples: Naan bread, Woolworths butter chicken Indian curry paste, canned chickpeas in brine, coconut milk, canned chopped tomatoes. Try the butter chicken-flavoured chickpea curry with home-made busted rotis recipe here.

Find our Indian-inspired recipe guide here.

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