When you want to invite something a little more exotic to the dinner table, why not try Tunisian Seasoning? Tābil, pronounced "table," is a word in Tunisian Arabic meaning "seasoning " and refers to a particular Tunisian spice mix, although earlier it meant ground coriander. This is a spice mix used in North Africa and does great on any meat that you would like to grill or roast.
USimplySeason's Bengali Five Spice (Panch Phoran) is hand blended in the USA with Whole Seeds of Nigella, Mustard, Fenugreek, Fennel, Cumin
Here are some recipes to get your started using this wonderful spice blend:
Simmer spices in ghee or oil until they pop, which releases the bittersweet anise aromas of the blend. Then add vegetables or meats and cook. Add a tablespoon of Bengali Five Spice to lentils, potatoes, and fresh vegetables like cauliflower and broccoli.