Spicy turkey mole with complex layers of flavour thanks to the addition of coffee and dark chocolate. The combination of traditional Mexican spices and espresso coffee in a rich, tomato-based sauce transform turkey meat into a mouth-watering delicacy, and make a warming winter supper. With its combination of chilli, chocolate and coffee, it’s no surprise that a spicy mole is Mexico’s national dish – although it has nothing to do with the animal bearing the same name! In fact ‘mole’ originates from an Aztec word ‘molly’ meaning sauce, and you can use any meat in the mole that you prefer, such as chicken. At Christmas, this would make a delicious alternative to a roast turkey, if you fancy cooking something different for a change. Or try making it for Boxing Day with leftover turkey, and just cook the mole for a little less time.