6 Reviews

WOW! This is a fantastic recipe! Makes a great gift, and it's so versatile! This has become an instant family favorite.

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~Harriet~ December 25, 2007

I never would have guessed that a bunch of nuts and seeds would taste so fantastic with olive oiled bread, but I'm here to give my scientific opinion: *YUM!* I used marcona almonds because that's the only kind I had on hand, but the rest of the recipe was followed exactly. I could swim in this stuff, it's so good! A few mini pitas, some brushed with olive oil, some with roasted garlic paste, were absolutely delish, but there are so many other possibilities, my head's spinning! Thanks for a recipe that's going straight into my "Encore" cookbook!

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Sandi (From CA) March 19, 2007

I enjoyed this. Did not have coriander on hand so left it out. I dipped some home made Ciabatta bread in EVOO and then the Dukkah and enjoyed it very much. My food processor wasn't cooperating so I placed it all in a bag and beat with a meat mallet; worked fine. Will be making this again and again. Thanks for a great recipe.

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Ilysse December 01, 2006

Very good. Very easy. Guests loved it. Followed recipe exactly, an excellent result.

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graham9 January 05, 2006

Excellent! Glad I tried something new; very unique and pleasant taste. Recipe couldn't be easier.

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Azurebuck February 20, 2005

These are classic ingredients and exactly what I use - I crush my mixture in a mortar and pestle to afine consistency so it clings nicely to the bread and oil - addictive! Be sure to use a firm bread.

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Cosmiccook November 13, 2004
Dukkah