David Atherton’s recipe for spicy peanut sandwich biscuits | The Guardian

The flavours of fenugreek and cinnamon complement the peanuts, with wholegrains and fruit thrown in for a healthy mixA biscuit, generally speaking, is a combination of fat and sugar with a sprinkling of carbs in the mix. The big challenge is figuring out how to make something a little healthier. Here, I have replaced some of that fat and sugar content with wholegrains, nuts and fruit.I love coming up with new flavour combinations. Sometimes, I opt for contrasting flavours to create a balance that sings, like sweet and sour. Other times, as in this peanut butter sandwich number, I plump instead for complementary flavours to achieve a warm homogeneity. This pairing of fenugreek and cinnamon with the peanuts does exactly that. Perfect with a cup of tea. Continue reading…

The flavours of fenugreek and cinnamon complement the peanuts, with wholegrains and fruit thrown in for a healthy mix

A biscuit, generally speaking, is a combination of fat and sugar with a sprinkling of carbs in the mix. The big challenge is figuring out how to make something a little healthier. Here, I have replaced some of that fat and sugar content with wholegrains, nuts and fruit.

I love coming up with new flavour combinations. Sometimes, I opt for contrasting flavours to create a balance that sings, like sweet and sour. Other times, as in this peanut butter sandwich number, I plump instead for complementary flavours to achieve a warm homogeneity. This pairing of fenugreek and cinnamon with the peanuts does exactly that. Perfect with a cup of tea.

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