Dukkah (Egyptian Hazelnut Spice Mix) By Tara’s Multicultural Table

Dukkah (Egyptian Hazelnut Spice Mix) By Tara's Multicultural Table


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Dukkah (Egyptian Hazelnut Spice Mix) By Tara's Multicultural Table
Yields1 Serving
Prep Time20 minsCook Time5 minsTotal Time25 mins

Dukkah (Duqqa, Dukka) is an Egyptian nut and spice mix. The nuts (usually hazelnuts) and spices are toasted, then ground to a coarse consistency. There are many variations. This recipe mixes toasted hazelnuts with sesame seeds, coriander, cumin, fennel, and thyme.

Dukkah is served with bread and even raw vegetables. It can either be sprinkled on top of the bread or dip the bread in olive oil before coating it with the dukkah.

Β β…” cup hazelnuts
Β Β½ cup sesame seeds
Β 2 tbsp cumin seeds
Β 1 tsp fennel seeds
Β 2 tsp dried thyme
Β 2 tsp black pepper
Β 1 tsp sea salt
For serving:
Β Flatbread/pita

Ingredients

Β β…” cup hazelnuts
Β Β½ cup sesame seeds
Β 2 tbsp cumin seeds
Β 1 tsp fennel seeds
Β 2 tsp dried thyme
Β 2 tsp black pepper
Β 1 tsp sea salt
For serving:
Β Flatbread/pita
Dukkah (Egyptian Hazelnut Spice Mix) By Tara’s Multicultural Table

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