Saturday, 26 November 2016

Dukkah in Thermomix from Everyday Cookbook page 67

As far as I have seen this is a very Australian thing to use on a variety of things.  I have heard you can put it on your salad as a crunchy top.  You can put it on top of oatmeal in the morning as well as roasted chicken or lamb in the evening.  I was very intrigued and I had some friends taste it and they all liked it. I thought it tasted great too. Give it a try! If you check out the wikipedia it isn't Australian at all? Who knew?

For more info:

150g sesame seeds ( I used 75 black and 75 white)
100g almonds (you can use hazelnuts too)
1 tbsp cumin seeds
1 tbsp coriander seeds
1 tsp sea salt
1/4 tsp freshly ground black pepper
1 tsp ground thyme ( you can also use dried mint)

Place sesame seeds, almonds, cumin and coriander in bowl. 8mins/ Varoma/speed 1
All other ingredients and turbo 2 seconds until desired consistency

You can add ground turmeric for added colour and flavour.

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