Ingredients: No fillers only pure spices:
Pistachio, Almonds, Walnuts, sesame seeds, millet, cumin, coriander, paprika salt, black pepper, thyme
Originally from Egypt, Dukkah is a food consisting of a mixture of nuts and spices. It is typically used as a dip with bread or fresh vegetables, and eaten as an Hors d’œuvre. It can also be used as a side dish to the main course of a meal.
Other suggestions for Dukkah
Take crusty bread, break off a piece dip it in best quality olive oil then dip the piece of bread into the Dukkah. This is a tasty snack that goes well with drinks & friends.
Add to stuffing mix.
Sprinkle on salads and vegetables, try it on potatoes and forked through cooked rice.
Used as a coating for chicken, fish and other seafood, lamb and tofu.
Used as a garnish for soups.
Mixed into or sprinkled on top of eggs.
Sprinkled on toast with olive oil or butter.
Sprinkled as a plate garnish, for anything from artichokes to steaks.
Use for coatings on soft cheeses, smear with olive oil and coat with dukkah..
No added Gluten or Sugar