Welcome to FlavorHunt

Cooking books are so boring yet inventing your own recipes is hard. But not if you know what flavors taste great together and that's where FlavorHunt steps in.

FlavorHunt aims to document flavor matches made in heaven so you can tweak and create your own exciting recipes.

Liven up your cereal, create a killer pizza or design the perfect stir-fry - cooking will never be the same again. Get started by viewing some of our pairings or explore your favourite ingredients for inspirational matches.

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Another great dish which destroys the myth cauliflower is dull. As the author states:

> This recipe is part of my ongoing campaign to give cauliflower some well-earned glory. It's one of the most magnificent of all vegetables and, to me, is as versatile ...

Many a child has been mentally scarred by the smell of over cooked boiled veg wafting around their corridors at lunch time. Cabbage was the worst, but cauliflower came a close second. Pale white mush, devoid of any taste.

But forget all about that. Caul...

My wife brought back a load of treats from the local Dean and DeLuca deli the other night. One box which caught my attention was labelled Eggplant and Fig. I had never heard of pairing these two together so was curious to find out how they tasted.

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Sweet tomatoes pair amazingly well with pomegranate's slightly bitter flavor profile creating a sweet vs sour flavor pairing. Visually they look amazing together - red, orange and yellow tomatoes all chopped up and covered in the jewel like seeds of pomegra...

A classic French dish where chicken is cooked in a skillet in a sauce made from dijon mustard and wine. There are many variations to the classic. David Lebovitz shares his version learnt during his time living in Paris in his book ["My Paris Kitchen"](https...

Everybody knows tomato and onion taste great together but most people would think a pasta made only from the two would be pretty dull and insist on adding something extra like basil or bacon. However, if you resist the urge to over complicate and stick to a...

Try these two flavors together by pulverizing them with greek yoghurt, olive oil, lime juice and garlic into a creamy dip.

Whilst most people have heard of hummus, there are plenty who don't know about Baba Ganoush, a rich smoky dip made from roasted egg plants and tahini (sesame seed paste).

Slowly roast some aubergines either on a bbq, under the grill, in the oven or one ...

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