Dukkah is an Egyptian dry spice blend that has a multitude of uses—as a salad sprinkle, a seasoning on lamb chops, or a dip with bread and olive oil. We serve it as a pre-dinner bar snack with hard-boiled eggs.–Shelagh Ryan
LC P.S. Even Awesomer With Beer Note
We wouldn’t want you to overlook the fact that the combination of hard-boiled eggs and dukkah is awesome—and even awesomer with beer. Actually, it’s awesome with a lot of things. Like salads. Soups of all sorts. Fresh bread doused with olive oil. Chicken cutlets. Fish fillets. We’ve listed a few more ideas at the dukkah recipe we linked from in the ingredient list above. Got a dukkah pairing that you think is awesome? Let us know in a comment below.
Hard-Boiled Eggs with Dukkah Recipe
- Quick Glance
- 5 M
- 5 M
- Makes 6
- 6 hard-boiled eggs, chilled
- Several tablespoons dukkah
- 1. Place the hard-boiled eggs in a bowl. Set a smaller dish of dukkah on the side along with individual plates and some napkins.
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Hard-Boiled Eggs with Dukkah Recipe © 2014 Shelagh Ryan. Photo © 2014 Ryland Peters & Small. All rights reserved.
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