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a great seasoning, with middle eastern flavours, that you can put on almost anything to add that extra yum!



there are many recipes for this using different nuts, spices and quantities, you can experiment to get it to your taste. try a little chili or paprika if you like it a spicy...

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Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Rose are the best wines to pair with Dukkah.


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Posted by MY9Report
I went to a restaurant and had toasted turkish bread dipped in olive oil and then the dukkah and it was wonderful. The chef there couldn't tell me what was in it, so I am please to have found this receipe. I am adding the ingredients to my shopping list tonight and just can't wait
Posted by Jack of the seaReport
Lianna, this recipe sounds simple yet great. What other foods have you used it on/in? Do you think it would be good stirred through cous-cous perhaps?