The Dukkah is an Egyptian spice blend that has been around since the ancient times. The blend is generally made from various mixtures of seeds, herbs, spices as well as various kinds of nuts. For generations, it had always been used an appetizer. Today, in many gourmet treats in Australia and internationally, it is mainly used as a dry dip. When served, it is combined with olive oil, nut oil or even vinegar. The Dukkah is a top favorite for many Australians looking for some exotic gourmet condiments. Due to this popularity, you can now find many Australian companies making the Dukkah including the Sticky Fingers Food Wholesalers.
There are many reasons why the Dukkah is such a popular and much beloved spice blend in Australia. It has a very warm and aromatic mixture that many gourmands find quite addictive. As they say, once you try out the Dukkah, you will always want more and more of it. It is generally served with olive oil and Turkish bread. Some more creative food lovers also sprinkle it on various kinds of other foods such as vegetable salads, roasted vegetables and even feta cheese.
The Sticky Fingers Food Wholesalers Dukkah is just perfect for the dry dips and has been lovingly handmade from seeds and nuts to create a truly fragrant mixture. This can be dipped in canola oil or flavoured olive oil so as to ensure that you get a good coating of the Dukkah and enjoy it fully.
Here are some five ways in which you can serve this delicious gourmet finger food:
#1 The Dukkah with Turkish bread
Serve it with some olive oil as well as some warm Turkish bread. You can break off pieces of the Turkish bread, dip them in the olive oil and then dip them in Dukkah for a good coating. Add some beer or wine on top.
#2 With pork, meat balls or chicken
If you want a mince mixture, you add some Dukkah before you shape the meatballs. This will give them a rich flavour that is a little spicy and nutty.
#3 Use to coat meats
If you want to add a spicy and crunchy coating to your roast meat, you can sprinkle some Dukkah on top. You can especially, try this out with the Garlic Dukkah. Order some of these from the Sticky Fingers Food Wholesalers.
#4 Serve with pastry bread
If you want to give that pastry bread some Middle Eastern Flavour as well as a nutty coating or texture, you can add some Dukkah to it.
#5 Serve with salad
You can use Dukkah as a topping to your salad which consists of olive oil, green lettuces, lemon and hard-boiled eggs. This can be served with Turkish bread. Try this out for a truly delicious vegetarian meal.
#6 Serving with Italian Brussels Sprouts
The sprouts are boiled well until they are very tender. When they are still hot, you can add some Italian salad and then sprinkle some Garlic Dukkah from the Sticky Fingers Food Wholesalers for a truly delicious and flavoured meal. There are plenty of other creative recipes out there that you can serve with the Dukkah. Try them out for a truly delicious gourmet taste.