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Cucumber Boats with Labneh and Dukkah


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Sprinkling with freshly homemade dukkah really takes some simple baby cucumber boats with labneh up a few notches. They are quick to make, crunchy and keto-friendly - great for when you’re in the mood for a healthy snack, or entertaining.

 
Dukkah
  • 300 g Baby cucumbers, halved
  • 250 g Labneh
  • 1 Lime, juiced
  • 1 clove Garlic, minced
  • 2 tbsp Dill, chopped
  • Salt and pepper
  • 35 g Sesame seeds
  • 120 Nuts of your choice, toasted (I used a mixture of walnuts and Brazil nuts)
  • 2 tsp Coriander powder
  • 3 tsp Cumin powder
  • /2 tsp Freshly ground black pepper
  • 1 tsp Sea salt
  1. To make dukkah, scatter sesame seeds in a small non-stick skillet over medium heat. Cook, shaking the skillet often, for 3-5 minutes or until lightly toasted and aromatic. Add coriander, cumin and black pepper. Cook, shaking the pan a further 1minute. Turn off the heat and transfer to a bowl. Finely chop the toasted nuts and add to the sesame seed-spice mixture together with the salt. Stir to combine then set aside to cool.
  2. Cut each baby cucumber in half lengthwise.
  3. Combine labneh, lime juice, minced garlic, and chopped dill together. Taste and season with salt and pepper.
  4. Spread the labneh dip generously over the cut side of each baby cucumber. Sprinkle the dukkah over the labneh and scatter extra chopped dill over if desired. Enjoy!

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32 comments:

Tom 7/11/22 22:39

...your presentation is fabulous.

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Brian 7/11/22 22:40

Those gotta be good and they sure are pretty!

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DEZMOND 7/11/22 22:43

I totally forgot what labneh is although I remember you told us. Little yellow cherry potatoes look so gorgeous.

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Anonymous 7/11/22 22:47

labenah and dukka are staples for my husband. He would love these cucumber boats. Looks wonderful. It's Judee from Gluten Free A-Z blog

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J.P. Alexander 8/11/22 02:11

Se ven muy ricos y sanos. Te mando un beso.

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Lola Martínez 8/11/22 07:37

Se ven irresistibles, frescos y apetecibles, antes de entrar por la boca, ya la vista ha disfrutado.
Un beso.

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roentare 8/11/22 08:13

Your dishes make me want to eat healthy

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Anne in the kitchen 8/11/22 08:56

I need to try this. I eat cucumbers just about every day and am always looking for a new way to have them.

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Anonymous 8/11/22 13:07

Hi Angie, I bookmarked this recipe. I just started to make my own yoghurt and making labneh will be a nice addition. This is a wonderful, light recipe. It would make a nice appetizer on Thanksgiving. Bernadette, https://newclassicrecipes@gmail.com

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foodtravelandwine 8/11/22 16:28

Delicious, healthy and perfect for any occasion!....I love it!....Abrazotes, Marcela

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Rainbow Evening 8/11/22 16:53

creative.... cucumbers look different......
wish to taste it

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David 8/11/22 17:45

Angie, Your cucumber boats with with Labneh and Dukkah are very appealing. I would have to peel off the skin of the cucumbers first though...a medication issue. Take Care, Big Daddy Dave

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Laura. M 8/11/22 18:55

No soy amiga del pepino, pero se ve muy buena pinta.
Un abrazo.

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Eva Taylor 8/11/22 19:08

What a lovely appetizer or snack! They look so fresh and tasty. Very clever combo of flavours.
Eva http://kitcheninspirations.wordpress.com/

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Pam 8/11/22 19:25

We both have baby cucumbers on the brain. These little beauties look so tasty!

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Cooking Julia 8/11/22 22:22

This is nice, colorful and tasty.

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Nancy Chan 9/11/22 08:56

I am feeling hungry now. Wish I could have some cucumber boats to munch on.

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Chef Mimi 9/11/22 14:36

These look so fun! Sort of like a deconstructed Middle Eastern salad. Lovely.

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DeniseinVA 9/11/22 20:36

I love studying your beautiful presentations Angie. Always works of art! Delicious recipe also. Thank you for sharing the recipe for Dukkah. I shall give this a try as I do enjoy cucumber dishes. Happy November to you :)

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Lowcarb team member 9/11/22 22:36

These look so good and tasty.
Many thanks for another great recipe idea.

All the best Jan

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Happy Retiree's Kitchen 9/11/22 22:42

What a wonderful way to eat Labneh, which I love. Nuts could be optional, as I am being very careful with nuts now. Perfect for our Summer.

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Javier 10/11/22 12:24

This way to eating cucumber is absolutely original!

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Rose world 10/11/22 13:22

Never taste such dish before. Looked appetizing.

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speedy70 10/11/22 19:09

Molto originale, grazie!!!!

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thepaintedapron.com 11/11/22 14:46

I have no idea what some of these ingredients are, but it sounds and looks so good!

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Valentina 14/11/22 02:37

Such an original, bright and delicious appetizer. Just in time for the holidays. :-) ~Valentina

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Noob Cook 15/11/22 09:36

Cucumber boats - I like the concept :) homemade dukkah sounds like such a treat.

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Anonymous 15/11/22 16:25

Those baby cucumbers are so cute. As you know I'm a big fan of dukkah and this is such a good way to use it.

Choclette x

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