4 Sep 2013

Dukkah Spice

Guests of ours recently spoilt us, with making this most wonderful spice.  They very kindly shared the recipe, which is based on the traditional Egyptian Dukkah Recipe (but better!).  This is the most Fabulous spice is so deliciously yummy, I found myself sprinkling it in on almost everything, even just gobbling straight off my hand.
Dukkah spice


Ingredients:
100g  (about 2/3 Cup) Hazelnuts
100g  Sesame Seeds
2 Tbls (30ml) Cumin Seeds
2 Tbls (30ml) Coriander Seeds
1 tsp (5ml) Freshly Ground Black Pepper
1 tsp (5ml) Flaky Sea Salt (I used Maldon)
1 Tbls (15ml) Paprika
1/2 tsp (2,5ml) Turmeric
Large pinch of dried ground ginger
Some of the ingredients for the dukkah
Method:
*  Heat a medium sized frying pan over medium heat.  Dry roast the nuts, and seeds in the pan, stirring until a lovely golden colour  (about 2 minutes or so)
* Place the nuts and seeds in a food processor and whizz until coarsely chopped.
* Add remaining ingredients and mix to combine.
* Adjust salt to taste
* Store in an air tight container.
* And voila - that is it.  So easy and so delicious!
Food processing the spice
Tips and Suggestions:
*  You can substitute the Hazelnuts for Pistachio nuts, or almonds
*  Add as a spice to curries, stews over meat for a braai (bbq).
* Lovely sprinkled over a fresh salad
* Add a pinch a chilli powder or cayenne pepper, for a bit of a bite.
* Traditional served with crusty home bread and olive oil.
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20 comments:

  1. This sounds absolutely delicious. Defiantly one to save! Can't wait to give it a try!

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  2. This looks amazing! I will need to try it...always looking for something to keep the kitchen from becoming boring!

    Thanks so much for linking up with The Great Blog Train!

    Laura @ Mice in the Kitchen
    http://www.miceinthekitchen.com/

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  3. Good Morning to you, I am really interested in this Dukkah Spice as I have never heard of it before. I have used every ingredient which you have listed at one time or another, and I am excited to put them all together to make Dukkah Spice.
    I have been cooking for almost 43 years, so it is always exciting to find something new to add to my store cupboard.
    Thank you to your kind friends who shared this recipe..... I am certainly going to try it.
    Best Wishes to you,
    Daphne

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  4. This looks great! I love Dukkah but never thought you could make it yourself. Definitely going to try it!

    Cheers - Ellen
    http://thecynicalsailor.blogspot.co.nz/

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  5. That looks awesome. Full of nutrition and healthy! I'd love to try it.

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  6. I've never heard of it before, but I would love to try it!

    Heidi’s Wanderings

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  7. Oh my,this looks right up my alley!! Is it similar to harisa? Anything with spice I adore!!

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  8. That does sound extremely good! I've never heard of anything like it, thank you for sharing it.

    I'm visiting from Super Sunday Sync. :)

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  9. Thank you for stopping by and linking with See Ya in the Gumbo this week. You've introduced me to a new spice. I like the nuts!

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  10. I love dukkah - it's very moreish. i love the hazelnuts in your version - I need to try that.

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  11. This looks amazing! It combines several of my favorite spices in a new way. Can't wait to try these spices, especially as an addition to dipping bread in olive oil! I'm visiting from the Brag About It link party.

    Christy @ Creating a Beautiful Life

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  12. I've never heard of Dukkah spice, but loved to learn about new and different foods! :) Thanks for sharing with us over at the Homeacre Hop!
    Mary
    www.homegrownonthehill.blogspot.com

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  13. Hi , I have never heard of dukkah it sounds amazing . I pinned it ...I need to make this !! :) I am stopping over from the blog hop I would love for you to visit me. I am following you on google and hopping over to like your facebook. Would love for you to visit me
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    Kim ~ This Ole Mom

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  14. What an unusual spice- never heard of it before but it looks delicious. Found you on Ducks n'a Row!

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  15. Hey there! I was just stopping by to say thank you for the follow on bloglovin'! I'm happy to be following you back :o) Hope you're having a great Wednesday!

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  16. This looks totally amazing and can't wait to try it out - thanks so much for sharing it with us.

    You've been FEATURED at the BeBetsy BRAG ABOUT IT.

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    Sharon and Denise ♥

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  17. I had never heard of this spice before. I am sure my foody hubby has though! LOL Thanks for sharing at Tuesdays with a Twist. Can't wait to see what you share this week.
    Mindie
    The (mis)Adventures of a "BornAgain" Farm Girl
    http://bornagainfarmgirl.blogspot.com/

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  18. My mother in law is middle Eastern and makes Do-Ah!! I think it it the same spice.. it's delicious

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  19. That recipe is definitely a good I will be making them! Everybody loves discover delicious new recipes, and an occasion this is a perfect opportunity to do so.Home Chef

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  20. This is why I LOVE your blog…. you rock at introducing us to yummy, unique, easy and delicious foods, tips and tricks, recipes . Cannot wait to try this.thanks so much for the recipe!





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