My two favourite breakfasts at the moment:
Toast with labne, avocado, poached egg & pistachio dukkha, drizzled with a bit of lemon juice & olive oil.
Toast with labne (loving my labne lately!), fresh tomato, smoked salmon (lox), with a bit of lemon juice & cracked black pepper.
I’ve lifted the pistachio dukkha from one of Sarah Wilson’s IQS recipes. It’s part of a larger (and very delicious) recipe for Lemon Thyme, Bacon & Dukkha Egg Muffins i’ve made several times, but the dukkha itself has literally become a permanent fixture in my pantry. I gave some to my sister and she used it as a crust for a salmon fillet…drool!! I am totally stealing that from her next time I have salmon for dinner. She just smooshed the dukkha on the salmon & baked at 160C fan forced til cooked…she kindly allowed me to share the delicious results with you here:
Looks fantastic, I know…and now for the dukkha recipe!
- 1 cup raw unsalted pistachios kernels
- 2 teaspoons coriander seeds
- 2 teaspoons sesame seeds
- 1 tablespoon cumin seeds
- 1 tablespoon fennel seeds
- 1/4 teaspoon sea salt (i’ve used rock salt too which works fine)
- cracked black pepper, to season
This one is just too easy…throw everything into a food processor and process until it’s mostly fine crumbs (you’ll find some pistachios don’t want to play ball, but leave these – if you go too hard you’ll end up with powder and you don’t want that).
Spread the mix out evenly on a lined baking tray and pop into a 180 degree oven for 5-7 minutes, or until lightly browned. Keep an eye on it, as once it turns, it turns quickly! You may need to take it out and stir it around a couple of times, depending on the size of your pan. Once it’s ready, take it out and pop it on a rack to cool. Bottle and enjoy, on everything!