Dukkah

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Dukkah

Post by Dreamweaver » 04 Aug 2019, 13:26

Dukkah is a mix of coarsely ground nuts, seeds and spices originated in Egypt.

Dukkah served with fresh bread and olive oil is a great appetizer or snack with the drinks
Meat or fish coated in dukkah before baking is especially delicious.
Sprinkle dukkah over poached eggs, avocado, salad or add to sandwiches.
Homemade dukkah in an attractive packaging makes a great present.

https://makebread.com.au/homemade-dukkah-recipe/
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Re: Dukkah

Post by Dreamweaver » 04 Aug 2019, 13:52

Using Dukkha in SPINACH, RICOTTA AND DUKKAH GOZLEME.

INGREDIENTS

2 CUPS (480G) RICOTTA
2 CUPS BABY SPINACH LEAVES
1 CUP (80G) GRATED PARMESAN
1 TEASPOON DRIED CHILLI FLAKES
1 TABLESPOON DUKKAH, PLUS EXTRA FOR SPRINKLING
4 LARGE ROUND FLATBREADS+
EXTRA VIRGIN OLIVE OIL, FOR GREASING, PLUS EXTRA FOR DRIZZLING

METHOD

Divide the ricotta, spinach, parmesan, chilli and dukkah between each flatbread, leaving a 5cm border. Fold each flatbread in half. Heat a large lightly-greased non-stick frying pan over high heat.
Cook 2 gozleme for 3 minutes each side or until golden and cheese has melted. Repeat with the remaining gozleme.
Cut into pieces, sprinkle with the extra dukkah and drizzle with extra oil to serve. Serves 4.
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Re: Dukkah

Post by mavisbramston » 18 Aug 2019, 09:36

Must try it.
Thank you. :happy-sunshine:

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