Stuck for a midweek dinner idea? This is a sure fire winner with the whole family and best of all, it can be cooked on the barbecue. I have a few midweek cooking tactics, especially when I’m worn out after work. One example – I’ve happily assigned all barbecue cooking to The Hubby. So, I’ve come up with a lot of recipes that can be made both in the kitchen or out on the barbecue. Yes, I’m a genius! I doubt I’m the first person to do this.
This recipe uses dukkah (spelt many different ways). If you aren’t friends with dukkah, you should be. Dukkah is an Egyptian herbs, nuts and spice mix. It usually consists of roasted nuts, seeds, sea salt and spices, but the varieties are endless. Dukkah is one of the best ways I find to jazz up anything from roast vegetables, a salad or meat of fish. I’m a bit dukkah crazy. You can either make your own (which I will show you in due course), or grab some from the supermarket. Most are gluten free but check the label and make sure there aren’t any cheeky additives in there.
Skye is the founder and editor-in-chief of The Fit Traveller. She is a journalist, writer, photographer, intrepid traveller and a former personal trainer with a passion for helping others reach optimal health. As a TV journalist and producer, Skye has worked for household names such as 60 Minutes, Sunrise, TODAY and Nine News. She has also written for Women’s Health, Fodor’s Travel and Yahoo7 Travel, among many others.
Skye created The Fit Traveller as a beautiful online space and community where people feel inspired to escape the desk to move and explore more.
Equally comfortable in a 5-star resort or hiking a far-off mountain, Skye loves the unexpected and enriching life experiences that each trip brings and can often be found in a backstreet chatting to locals with her camera in hand.
Skye is based in Sydney, working to master the balance between motherhood and her insatiable appetite for adventure.