A delightfully aromatic mix of roasted nuts and spices – great for seasoning vegetables, meat, cheese, and salads. Originally hailing from Egypt, Dukkah enjoys great popularity in Middle Eastern cuisine. In fact, you probably already know it from the popular Ottolenghi cookbooks. Dukkah is typically used as a soup seasoning, but is equally good as a dry dip for cheese (especially goat cheese) or simply with freshly baked bread.
Try it in your salad dressing or as a topping for fish dishes, fried or baked. Also makes a great marinade for meat – lamb is a particularly good fit!