Most people are familiar with za'atar, but dukkah, a spice blend originating from Egypt, shouldn't be underestimated. Fragrant and full of flavor, this spice blend has strong notes of anise which has the power to amplify your labneh, hummus, meat and fish, and can even be eaten alone - with some olive oil and warm bread.
Looking for a little extra flavor alongside your meals? Look no further. Find all kinds of condiments and dips to pair with the rest of your table spread.
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Making your own labneh is a breeze! Labneh is a very common Middle Eastern dip, often eaten for breakfast, as an appetizer, or as part of a mezze spread. Much like yogurt, but thicker and creamier due to the removed whey. All you need is a cheesecloth, some thick greek yogurt, and some time.
This sweet, floral Wild Peach Jam with Saffron and Honey can be made in under an hour and is great as a spread on bread, filling for all kinds of baked goods, an addition to a bowl of yogurt, or eaten straight from the spoon! The saffron adds depth to the otherwise bright peach flavor.
You're going to want to ladle this punchy salsa verde over all your dishes! It's full of flavor and good-for-you ingredients that'll bring life into any meal.
This vegan garden cress pesto is full of flavour and loaded with all kinds of nutritious ingredients like garden cress, basil, garlic, nutritional yeast, olive oil, and walnuts!
Making your own almond butter is a breeze! All you need is a bunch of almonds, raw or roasted, and a food processor. Optionally, you can add additional ingredients to make it your own. Look below for photos of the process!
Making your own cashew butter is a lot easier than one might think! All you need is a bunch of cashews and a food processor. Optionally, you can add additional ingredients to make it your own.
This Scotch Bonnet Hot Sauce combines, you guessed it, scotch bonnet peppers, fresh herbs, shallots, and apple cider vinegar to make this ultra spicy, slightly sweet hot sauce that's sure to tingle your tastebuds!
This sweet, fresh, and tangy Cinnamon Blueberry Chia Jam can be made in just 30 minutes and is great as a spread on bread, filling for all kinds of baked goods, to stir through a bowl of yogurt, or eaten straight from the spoon! The added cinnamon helps regulate your blood sugar levels while adding some warmth and depth to this jam.
This hot sauce, hailing from Yemen, is packed with zingy and fiery flavors thanks to the addition of earthy cumin, fragrant cardamom, nutty coriander, and fresh herbs. Also known as sahawiq, bisbas, or maboj across the Middle East, it has become an integral part of Israeli national cuisine thanks to the Yemenite Jewish community.
This sweet, fresh, and tangy Cherry Chia Jam can be made in just 30 minutes and is great as a spread on bread, filling for all kinds of baked goods, to stir through a bowl of yogurt, or eaten straight from the spoon!
Sweet, tangy tomato jam that you're going to want use on everything! It can be used as a spread on bread (think bruschetta), a dip, or a condiment to compliment your dinner dishes!