Inspiring vegetarian recipes
Try our vibrant veggie dishes, from meat-free lasagne to vegetable curry and vegetarian chilli
To make the dukkah, toast everything in a dry frying pan until it starts to brown and smell fragrant. Cool, then either pound everything with a pestle and mortar or pulse in a food processor (you want a coarse mixture, not a paste, so be careful if you are using a food processor). Tip into a serving bowl.
Cook the quail eggs in simmering water for 3 minutes. Drain and run under cold water for a few minutes. Serve with the dukkah, a dish of sea salt and other accompaniments. Let people peel their own eggs and dip them in the salt and dukkah.