Monday, 28 March 2011

Food Glossary: Dukkah

When I return to the UK Dukkah is certainly something I am going to be searching for!  Being in Australia is the first time I have heard of and tried it, so for those of you like me who don’t know what it is read on!

Dukkah is a mix of seeds and spices which is served with fresh bread and oil.  We first sampled it whilst visiting some of the many winery’s in McLaren Vale – one of South Australia’s youngest wine regions. After devouring the whole bowl of bread and oil available to sample with the different dukkah’s we decided to buy a couple!  We tried the chilli and original ones and were not disappointed!  Dukkah can be used in other ways such as for a crust on meat or fish also so if you can get hold of some try it and be creative with it!


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