Prep 10 mins
Cook 0 mins
- 118.29 ml roasted nuts (hazelnut, pistachio etc)
- 29.58 ml coriander seeds
- 78.07 ml sesame seeds, lightly toasted
- 14.79 ml cumin seed
- 14.79 ml dried thyme
- salt and pepper
- Grind together in a mortar or food processor and then eat with bread dipped in olive oil!
I don't think I've ever had anything quite like this before and that's a shame because this is really good. Dh positively loved it. We had leftovers so I sprinkled it over the next day's chicken salad. Wonderful both ways.
Fantastic and just improves upon eating! I used pistachios and almond slices, toasted the nuts and seeds (not the thyme or salt/pepper) in a skillet on low for about 10 minutes shaking the pan frequently as you might for popcorn so nothing would burn. Just when the aroma was perfect, I let them cool in a single layer, then pulsed in my Magic Bullet, periodically removing the smallest pieces so it wouldn't turn to complete powder as I continued to grind the larger nut pieces. Served with mini pitas broiled for just under a minute and olive oil, this was a real hit for us! With the Egyptian Kebabs, it made for a light but satisfying meal. Thank you, Alan!
This is the most outstanding dukkah recipe I have ever tried, all the better because it is so simple and quick! I used hazelnuts and followed the recipe exactly - DH and I couldn't stop eating it, this is truly a gem! Thanks for posting!