Ingredients: Roasted Almonds, Roasted Hazelnuts ,Toasted Sesame Seed, Toasted Coriander, Toasted Cumin, Kosher Salt

Pronounced "Doo-Kah", Dukkah is often spelled as dukka, dakka and duqqa. Dukkah translates to "to crush" or "to pound". Dukkah is an Egyptian condiment that is a blend of spices, nuts (usually hazelnut) and herbs. Worldwide there are a number of spice blends that are so closely associated with their place of origin that they're practically synonymous with the cuisine—say, Jerk Seasoning with Jamaica, Garam Masala with northern India and Cajun Seasoning with New Orleans. Others, such as curry powder, have become such true global forces that they have spread far and wide and variations exist within the different regions that they’re found.

Throughout the Middle East, Dukkah is typically eaten with flatbread — it may be sprinkled on top, or more commonly the flatbread is first dipped into olive oil and then into the Dukkah mix. Unlike the majority of all seasoning blends this one is also highly adaptable where in addition to being used as a condiment or garnish, its chunky, textured nature makes it easy to eat by the handful as a snack. In Middle Eastern street markets it is often found portioned out in paper cones for snacking by itself.

As American’s tastes become increasingly sophisticated we’re all experimenting more and more with flavors from around the globe. Dukkah has been featured on some of the most popular culinary shows in the US such as Chopped, Iron Chef America and Top Chef. This exposure has led to more of us searching out this Egyptian treat to “see what’s all the fuss about”!

In addition to using this as a dip for flat bread it can also add some flavor complexity and character to baba ganoush, bruschetta, hummus, omelets, pasta, quesadillas, rice, salads, steamed vegetables, yogurt and we’ve even used it as a rub for chicken and fish.

And if you experiment with it as a standalone snack be very careful. This spicy, crunchy snack can become a bit addictive!

ALLERGEN ALERT – Dukkah contains hazelnuts and almonds.


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