Thoughtfully crafted, bright, herbaceous, and not your average nut and seed blend is perfect for seasoning, topping, saucing, and such. Delicious with everything (seriously), our take on this ancient recipe adds just the right touch (and crunch) to toast, roasted vegetables, yogurt, or used as a dry rub for grilled meats and fish. The possibilities are endless.
But what is dukkah? Originating in ancient Egypt, dukkah comes from the Arabic word ‘to pound’ and is traditionally eaten for breakfast (think bread dipped in olive oil topped with dukkah) or as a street food served in paper cones throughout the Middle East and North Africa. More recently, this Middle-Eastern inspired blend can be found on the menus of top chefs everywhere.