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This is not so much a recipe as a guide because mostly what you’re doing is opening yummy tubs straight from the supermarket.

If you’re looking for something simple but awesome to set in front of the telly or for pre-BBQ nibbles, you really can’t go past this sort of thing. It can all be prepared ahead of time (by which I mean ‘bought’) and takes only minutes to assemble.

We’ve only recently been introduced to this style of eating and the kids go nuts for it, taking the bread and dipping it in whatever takes their fancy. Best of all, it feels like you’re giving them something super special to eat but in actual fact, depending on whether you make your own hummus or baba ganoush, it takes less time from pantry to plate than a simple spag bog.

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You will need:

Turkish Bread, two long loaves

Olive Oil, 100ml

Natural Yogurt, 500g tub

Hummus, 200g tub

Dukkah, 60g (we used Saltbush Wild Dukkah)

Moroccan Seasoning, 1-2 teaspoons

Baba Ganoush (eggplant dip)

STEP ONE: Either lightly toast the Turkish bread in a toaster oven, or heat up in an ordinary oven until just warm.

STEP TWO: Meanwhile, start opening tubs and filling ramekins or small bowls with each ingredient, keeping them all separate – olive oil, hummus, baba ganoush, dukkah, and split the yogurt into two ramekins, because you’re now going to mix a teaspoon of the Moroccan spice (to taste) in with one of them.

STEP THREE: Bread should be done by now, so bring it out and start cutting into thick slices.

STEP FOUR: Your work is done. Place on a table. Watch footy.

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