Monday, April 30, 2012

This Is Not Fake Bread

We had friends over for dinner on the weekend and they were convinced this was a fake loaf. An imitation of a loaf. A pretend food item. A trick piece of grain.

But it wasn't.

Instead, to prove it was edible, we tore it up, dipped it in olive oil, and then in dukka. (scroll down a bit to find the recipe - I used walnuts and almonds because I had no hazelnuts, nor did I add the mint) We ate the whole thing, I regret to say, so this is the only proof that it ever existed. Even the dukka is gone.

I could not do without cumin. It really is the most delicious of spices. And it makes a fake loaf taste sublime.

1 comment:

Heather said...

Love recipes in which one must "bash" something. ;-)