There once was a restaurant in Los Angeles that had famous roast butternut squash with Dukkah. It's quite easy to make yourself in a mortar and pestle and that's wahat I've been doing for years, but lets face it I don't do it often. We are in LOVE with this version from Villa Jerada ready to go at a moment's notice when the desire for Dukkah roast butternut squash strikes. Dukkah is a versatile Egyptian condiment with a name that means to pound, produces a coarsely ground mixture of aromatic herbs, spices and hazelnuts.
Recommended for: Complementing dips, roasted vegetables, meats, and stews or best simply served in the traditional way with hard boiled eggs olive oil, and bread. Here's a link to that recipe for butternut squash. Moruno's Roasted Butternut Squash.
Because this contains nuts we recommend storing in the refrigerator.