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Sweet Dukkah with Orange, Pistachio and Cinnamon


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Ingredients

6 jar(s)

  • 10 gram Dried orange peel
  • 50 grams pistachio nuts
  • 50 grams whole almonds
  • 40 grams halzelnuts
  • 70 grams sesame seeds whole
  • 20 grams Desiccated or shredded Coconut
  • 1 cinnamon quill
  • 1 tsp coriander seeds
  • 1 star anise seed
  • 1 tbsp Coconut sugar
  • 1 tsp Carob powder (or cocoa)
  • 2 Speculoos biscuits, (spiced shortcrust biscuit) optional
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Recipe's preparation

    For the Dried Orange Peel
  1.        Peel the zest of 2 oranges with a vegetable peeler, place them on a tray lined with baking paper and dry in an oven at 80-90C until they become hard and curly (about 15 minutes).

     

    Leave to cool an blitz in the Thermomix for 30 seconds speed 10. Set aside.

  2. Making the Sweet Dukkah
  3. Place cinnamon quill and star anise into the TM bowl and blitz for 15 sec speed 10

    Add Pistachio nuts, Sesame seeds, hazelnuts, Almonds, Coconut, coriander seeds and coconut sugar into TM Bowl and dry roast for 15 minutes at 120 degrees on speed 1

     Remove lid and allow to cool

    Return the orange peel powder and add the carob powder and spicy biscuits (if used)

     

    Pulse 3 or 4 for time for 1 seconds on turbo until desired consistency is achieved

  4. Serving suggestions
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    Sprinkle sweet Dukkah on top of Vanilla Yogurt, Ice cream, add to Crumble or cake toppings, Use as coating for chocolate truffles.

     

    Put in Jars and Labeled , it makes the perferct Homemade Christmas Favours. 

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Tip

for gluten free, egg free, lactose free, dairy free option, dismiss the speculoos biscuits


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  • Never thought of sweet dukka

    Submitted by digibron on 8. December 2014 - 17:40.

    Never thought of sweet dukka until seeing this recipe! I like it more than the savoury kind, it's more versitle. tmrc_emoticons.) I was 10g short on a bunch of the ingredients but had about 40g macadamias on hand so I threw those in too. Seemed to work pretty well.

     

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  • So yum on yoghurt. Will be

    Submitted by serendipity26 on 7. December 2014 - 10:02.

    So yum on yoghurt. Will be sharing this with others for Christmas. Might also try a lemon version. 

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  • Hi Mel, you could try lemon

    Submitted by Frenchilicious on 30. November 2014 - 09:06.

    Hi Mel, you could try lemon peel instead of Orange, I haven't done it but I am sure it would be nice. Orange and cinnamon are a marriage made in heaven, I am wondering if you should substitute the cinnamon for another spice that would compliment the lemon such as cardamom or lemon myrtle maybe?

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  • Do you think this would work

    Submitted by Mel on 29. November 2014 - 00:46.

    Do you think this would work with lemon peel instead of orange peel?  TIA

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  • Looks like a great Christmas

    Submitted by foodieforever on 28. November 2014 - 20:20.

    Looks like a great Christmas gift - definitely giving this a try.

     

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  • This dukkah is so delicious

    Submitted by Feeb28 on 13. November 2014 - 18:40.

    This dukkah is so delicious on yoghurt, and today it was used to decorate the Caribbean Carrot Cake with Cream Cheese icing (EDC).  What a great recipe! Thank you.

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