- 1 tbsp sesame seed
- 1 tbsp skinned hazelnut
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- 1 tsp cumin seed
- 1 tsp coriander seeds
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- 200g soft rindless goat's cheese, such as Pant-Ysgawn
- 3-4 tbsp milk
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- few mint leaves
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- radishes and toasted bread or pittas to serve
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Put the seeds and nuts in a frying pan, then gently heat to toast them, removing them from the heat when the seeds start to pop and give off their aroma. Grind fairly coarsely using a pestle and mortar, then season with a little salt.
Beat the goat’s cheese with the milk to soften it, then add a little seasoning if needed. Tip half into a small bowl (glass, if you have one, to show off the layers) and scatter with half the seeds and a few torn mint leaves. Repeat the layer and serve with a bowl of cold radishes and toasted pittas or bread.