Dukkah Spice Mix
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Almonds, macadamia nuts, pistachios, sesame seeds, coriander and cumin. Use on salads or with olive oil for dipping.
Transport the taste buds to a Middle Eastern marketplace filled with an enticing mix of almonds, macadamia nuts, pistachios, sesame seeds, coriander and cumin.
Oven-roasted and coarsely ground, this exotic blend presents endless possibilities.
Recommendations: Mix Dukkah with yogurt, honey, fish, wine, sprinkled on salads, olive oil, and pasta.
For Breakfast: Start your day with Dukkah mixed with plain yogurt and cream cheese, or mixed with honey, scrambled with eggs, or sprinkled on a buttered bagel.
Lunch: Dip bread into olive oil, and then into Dukkah. Sprinkle Dukkah on apple slices or add to cheese, crackers, and soups.
Dinner: Enjoy Dukkah as an appetizer with a glass of wine, sprinkled on salads or steamed vegetables, or use as a rub on chicken, pork, or fish.
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October 30, 2011
by Hot Potato
Hey folks; try this! Bake up some butternut squash in yer oven; Preheat a heavy cast-iron skillet with some awesome Avanti cooking oil; Next, form that squash into patties, like little pancakes; sprinkle a dusting of Dukkah on each side; Swoon from the awesome flavor! Avanti Savoia sells some of the best olive oil I've ever had. Don't believe me--try for yourselves! Thanks Avanti Savoia!
November 18, 2010
by Janice Tocher (Knoxville, TN)
Whether its adding a bit to stir fried veggies or adding a dusting to fish before baking (my fav!), we love the complex flavors of Dukkah. We always order at least 2 cans because we love turning our friends on to this unique spice.
OH YEH !!! What a fabulous treat for the taste buds ! Try it on ice cream.
by TIMOTHY WARK (OCEAN CITY, NJ)
by sandra davis (Hurst, TX)
Good on just about anything:bagels w/cream cheese, salads, hot vegetables, bruschetta.