Quick & easy side that is delicious and bursting with moorish flavours.
Creamy tahini goes very well with cauliflower and I love the burst of acidity from the pomegranate seeds. The dish is at its best served at room temperature making it such a winner of an entertainment dish.
I used a mixture of romanesco cauliflower (the one that looks like a crown), normal cauliflower and broccoli but you can use what you have. I think broccolini would also be stunning.
Please keep an eye on the veggies, we are looking for just tender rather than soft.
The recipe will make more dukkah than you need but honestly, its so delicious as at topping on salads, soups, hummus and as a dip for bread (after dipping in olive oil dip in the dukkah, you’ll thank me later). You can use whatever nut you have at home.
If I am mentioning ingredients or words you have never heard off, see my kitchen notes at the bottom.
Serves 6 as part of a spread