Spice up fakeaway night with these recipes inspired by cuisines from around the world. Each dish contains ingredients and flavours that pair beautifully with an Opihr Spiced London Dry Gin and ginger ale. Opihr's delicious gin is crafted using a warming mix of botanicals from the Ancient Spice Route, including cubeb berries from Indonesia, juniper from Italy, Moroccan coriander and Turkish cumin. Simply choose where you want to go and we’ll take your tastebuds there!
Pretend you’re in a picturesque piazza in Italy when you bite into a slice of this arrabbiata pizza. A super-simple recipe made with lots of shortcut ingredients – shop-bought pizza bases are topped with ready-made spicy tomato sauce and homemade meatballs, which are a cinch to make.
Italy is the country where Opihr handpick juniper; the core ingredient that provides the basis for the spiced gin.
To drink: Serve with a spiced gin and ginger ale, garnished with chilli and a basil sprig.
Travel to Turkey with this aromatic cauliflower recipe served on fluffy flatbreads with tahini yogurt and quick-pickled onions. The cauliflower, including the leaves and stalk (no waste here), is roasted for full-on flavour – and it just so happens to be vegan too.
Turkey is the destination for two of the botanicals – Grapefruit peel and cumin – from The Ancient Spice Route used in Opihr Gin.
To drink: Serve with a spiced gin and ginger ale, garnished with a sprig of mint.
Morocco is next on the must-visit list – where Opihr sources Moroccan coriander for their gin – for this stunning pilaf recipe made with lamb, marinated in ras el hanout. A bed of couscous – studded with almonds, fresh herbs and prunes – awaits the tender lamb. A dollop of yogurt and squeeze of lemon completes the meal.
To drink: Serve with a spiced gin and ginger ale, garnished with a twisted lemon slice.
Next stop is Indonesia, where the spicy cubeb berries used in Opihr gin come from, for a fried rice recipe like no other.
Everyone will love this aromatic dish with king prawns, spinach and – the show-stopper – a fried egg on top. The dairy-free recipe takes just 30 minutes to put together.
To drink: Serve with a spiced gin and ginger ale, garnished with lime.
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