There are breakfast classics and dishes and combinations that can be one. Avocado Fries with Dukkah is definitely one of the contenders in the final category for me. It’s spicy, creamy and has that classic fresh avocado flavor that I love more than anything. You can serve a fried egg on it. One where the curd is still runny and then when you cut it… ok I’m getting a little lost here.
Incidentally, dukkah is an Arabic spice mix consisting mainly of spices and chopped nuts. Besides avocado toast, you can pair many other foods with dukkah, so it’s worth making your own. It doesn’t matter if you enjoy it simply with flat bread and olive oil or other Arabic specialties. Looking for a small selection that will go well with your trail?
Another ingredient from Arabic cuisine plays a key role in avocado toast with dukkah. Avocado is pureed with a little tahini. Sesame paste is basically the base of hummus, baba ganoush and co. This makes it creamier and gives it a slightly nutty flavor that goes perfectly with your dukkah.
And if you even want to bake your own bread, here are a few more bread recipes. How about country bread, whole grain bread or classic ciabatta? With dukkah, your avocado toast is guaranteed to taste even better with oven-warmed bread!
Spicy breakfast: Avocado toast with dukkah
Want a spicy breakfast? Then avocado toast with dukkah is for you.
Pour the batter into the pan. Remove the skin and the stone from the avocado, grind it in a bowl with sesame and lemon juice and put it on the bread.
Top the bread with homemade or store-bought dukkah spice mix and enjoy immediately.