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Egyptian Dukkah

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Salmon Dukkah in

    Blood Orange Sauce

Weary Travelers

Background: The word “dukkah” is derived from the Arabic verb "to pound" since the mixture is neither powdered nor paste-like. It has been told that weary desert travelers would gather by a small fire and roast this nutritious nut-spice combination. It’s full of protein, calcium, minerals, and fiber, and quickly replenished their energy. 

Egyptian Dukkah

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Not just Spice

Dukkah is a specialty that is not strictly speaking a spice blend, but rather a blend of roasted nuts seasoned with spices. With it's pleasant crunch and scrumptious smoky taste, it transforms any simple dish into something original and extremely flavorful. 

Dukkah Duck Pâté



Dukkah is also excellent sprinkled over fresh salads, roasted vegetables, pasta, feta cheese, and even peaches. This spice blend is delightfully fragrant, and especially unique as a light and crunchy coating on french fries!

Dukkah Yam Fries

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Something New!

Dukkah makes a crunchy coating for chicken or fish when put on before pan-fying. And, better yet, coat on left-over mashed potatoes for some crunchy and creamy potato croquettes.

Dukkah Potato Croquettes

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Dip it!

This warm nutty blend is most often used as an interactive appetizer, becoming addictive when served as a dip with bread and olive oil!

Dukkah Olive Oil Dip

Dukkah Recipes

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