In the Fourmi Bionique workshop, a fragrance from the Middle East is making its way between the Grand Granola and the NUTBROWN. Enticing scents of toasted nuts and spices are making us travel to exotic places. Who is this newcomer? It is our very own Dukkah Brunch, which is part of our new range: Müska to discover here.
What is Dukkah?
The Dukkah is a blend that originates from Egypt, traditionally made from hazelnuts, sesame seeds and spices such as cumin, coriander seeds, pepper and salt. Well-known in the southern hemisphere, the Dukkah is slowly gaining popularity for its versatility, fragrance, texture and nutritional properties (rich in good fats and fibers). Our very own version the Dukkah Brunch is very versatile but it has been reinvented to suit breakfast or brunch menus, with it’s hints of maple, cinnamon and cardamom.
Available exclusively on our online store, our Breakfast Dukkah can enhance your dishes and recipes in many ways, whether sweet or salty. And since we don’t like to leave you without some inspiration, here are some ideas for you.
Recipe ideas using Dukkah Brunch
1. Dukkah Banana Crumble
Ingredients : 100g of Dukkah Brunch, 50g of sugar, 50g of butter, 2 bananas.
Preparation: Blend the Dukkah, sugar and butter with your hands. Cut the two bananas into pieces. Butter the dish, then place the pieces of bananas. Cover with the Dukkah preparation made previously. Cook for 20-30 minutes in a preheated oven at 180 °C / 350 °F. You can replace bananas with the fruit of your choice.
2. Dukkah BBQ Marinade
Ingredients : 2 tablespoons of Dukkah Brunch, 62.5 ml of olive oil, 125 ml of barbecue sauce, 62.5 ml of soy sauce, 2 cloves of minced garlic, 30 ml of steak spices.
Preparation :Marinate the meat overnight in the refrigerator with this mixture. Cook the meat on the BBQ, while basting with the rest of the marinade.
3. Dukkah Cookies
Ingredients : 3 tablespoons of Dukkah Brunch, 1 egg, 150g of flour, 75g of butter, 80g of sugar, 1 pack of vanilla sugar, 1/2 pack of baking powder (5g), 1 pinch of salt.
Preparation : Preheat the oven to 140 °C / 280 °F. Lay a sheet of parchment paper on a baking sheet. Melt the butter. Mix the classic sugar with the butter and the salt and then incorporate the egg and the vanilla sugar. Add the flour and yeast while stirring the mixture. Incorporate the Dukkah Brunch. Make balls of dough and place them on the parchment paper, making sure to leave some space between them. Bake the cookies for 15 minutes, take them out when lightly browned.