This striking side dish can just as easily work as an appetizer—the carrots make fun finger food. For a pretty presentation, keep a little of the green tops intact.
Dukkah, a blend of nuts, seeds, and spices, has a warm, complex, savory, and rich flavor. Look for the Egyptian spice mix in specialty stores and online. You can also make it yourself with easy-to-find ingredients and our Dukkah spice recipe.
Excellent. Next time I would cut the larger carrots in half by length for even cooking. The technique works great. Due to larger carrots, I cooked the carrots longer. The yogurt sauce is very flavorful (I used the zest from one lemon and about 1/2 t. of cumin). Dukkah provided the magic!
This combination of steaming and roasting is a superb technique for roasting vegetables. I love this recipe but often cook the carrots and serve without the yogurt.
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