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Serves: 8
Preparation time: 5 minutes
Cooking time: 10 minutes
Total time: 15 minutes

Dukkah: The secret weapon that elevates the texture and flavors of food. It is a flavorful Middle Eastern spice blend made with fragrant spices and and toasted nuts.


  • For Dukkah:

    ½ cup hazelnuts
    3 tablespoon almonds
    4 tablespoon white sesame seeds
    3 tablespoon shelled pistachios
    1 tablespoon fennel seeds
    1 teaspoon ground cumin
    1 teaspoon ground coriander
    ½ teaspoon cayenne pepper
    kosher salt


  • Place the hazelnuts and almonds in a dry cast iron pan without oil. Toast briefly over medium-high heat, tossing regularly, until the nuts turn a nice golden brown. Transfer to a side dish.
    Place the sesame seeds in the same skillet and toast over medium heat, tossing regularly, until the sesame seeds turn golden brown.
    Add the toasted nuts and sesame seeds to the bowl of a small food processor fitted with a blade. Add the pistachios, fennel seeds, spices, and a dash of salt. Pulse for a few seconds until you reach a nice coarse mixture. Do not over process. The mixture should not be too fine.
    Transfer the dukkah to a bowl. You can store the dukkah in a tight-lid jar for up to 2 weeks. Use as a topping for salad, soup, chicken, meats, or roasted vegetables.
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