Dukkah is a blend of spiced, chopped roast spices and hazlenuts originally from Egypt where they're eaten as a snack with toasted flatbread dipped into olive oil, then into the nut mix. The dukkah mix also adds a superb crunchy texture and deep, gently spiced flavour when used as a coating for baked fish, meats, vegetables or sprinkle some dukkah over salads or soups.
uses: Crust for baked white fish, chicken. Sprinkle dukkah over salads, particularly potatoes. Mix dukkah with sour cream or yoghurt for a dip. Adds texture and flavour to a sandwich filling- suprisingly good with butter and golden syrup or honey, strange but true! Mix dukkah with a bread dough or sprinkle over the top of a loaf before baking.
good with: potato, bread, yoghurt, sumac, white fish.
we recommend: 2tsp per person