How have I never tried Dukkah?? Have I been living under a rock? It is SO flavorful and delicious not to mention fun to experiment with! This Fig Dukkah Galette is a mixture of sweet, savory and flakey and makes for a perfect appetizer or afternoon tea treat!
Dukkah(pronounced dook-ah) is a Middle Eastern fusion of herbs, nuts, and spices. The word Dukkah comes from the Arabic ‘to pound’, the way it was originally made. These fragrant lends are aa game- changer and you’ll find yourself sprinkling them on everything, dipping into it with oily bread, and intensifying soups and veggies.
Fig Rose-Dukkah GaletteCourse: Desserts
1 package Frozen puff pastry
2 tbsp fig jam
1 small Brie wheel
6-7 sliced figs
1 tsp @wildgardenfoods Rose Dukkah
- Let the frozen puff pastry thaw according to the directions on the package. There are 2 puff pastry dough sheets in the box.
- Spread a thin layer of fig jam.
- Add sliced Brie cheese.
- Stack sliced figs.
- Fold in the edges of the galette.
- Add decorative dough on the edge of the galette (optional).
- Use a pastry brush to glaze the egg wash on the edge of the galette.
- Sprinkle the Rose Dukkah all over.
- Bake on a parchment lined baking sheet at 375F for 20-25 minutes until the edges are toasted. Serve as an appetizer or with afternoon tea