Dukkah | Seven Ways to Eat Dukkah, 2022
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Seven Ways to Eat Dukkah + Recipe

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But First, What’s Dukkah?

Before we talk about the seven ways to eat dukkah (pronounced “doo-kah”), we need to define it. Dukkah, also spelled dukah, dukkah, or duqqa, is a Middle Eastern nut spice condiment derived from Egypt. The Arabic name means “to pound.” It’s a very simple and quick condiment to make. Furthermore, it’s very versatile. Dukkah can be sprinkled on any meal. This is healthful; nuts are healthy, as are the spices used to make this garnish.

Dukkah Recipe

Yields: 1 cup

  • 1 cup (total) organic raw almonds, macadamia nuts, and cashews (⅓ cup each) **You can use any type of raw nuts**
  • 2 tablespoons organic white sesame seeds
  • 1 tablespoon organic coriander seeds (or ground)
  • 1 teaspoon organic ground cumin

Kitchen Equipment

  • Mixing bowls/cups/spoons for mise en place ingredients
  • Measuring cups/spoons
  • Sauté pan
  • Baking sheet
  • Parchment paper
  • Wooden spoon
  • Spice grinder
  • Food processor
  • Airtight container

Cooking Instructions

  1. Sanitize the kitchen (sink, countertops, stovetop/oven, cupboard handles, phone, computer).
  2. Mise en place ingredients.
  3. Line a baking sheet with parchment paper.
  4. Place a sauté pan over medium-high heat on a stovetop.
  5. Once heated, add the nuts to the pan.
  6. Toss the nuts.
  7. Toast until scented. Do not burn the nuts.
  8. Remove the toasted nuts to a parchment-lined baking sheet.
  9. Allow them to cool.
  10. Toast sesame seeds and coriander seeds until aromatic. Do not burn.
  11. Allow cooling.
  12. Grind sesame and coriander seeds in a spice grinder until they become a sand-like texture.
  13. Add grounded spices (plus ground cumin) to a food processor.
  14. Add the toasted nuts to the food processor.
  15. Grind until desired consistency.
  16. Sprinkle as a garnish on soups, salads, eggs, fruits, etc.
  17. Store in an airtight container, which will last up to two weeks.

The Seven Ways to Eat Dukkah

The moment you’ve been waiting for! Ready to go nutty on your dishes? Here are seven ways (my favorite number) to use and eat dukkah.

  1. Bagels slathered with a cream cheese spread
Bagel with Tofu "Cream Cheese" and Dukkah | Seven Ways to Eat Dukkah, 2022
Whole-grain gluten-free bagel with a tofu “cream cheese” spread sprinkled with dukkah.
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2. Eggs (prepared any way)

Boiled Eggs | Seven Ways to Eat Dukkah, 2022
Boiled eggs on a bed of dukkah.
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3. Fruits

Fruits | Seven Ways to Eat Dukkah, 2022
Envy apples, blackberries, strawberries, and grapes powdered with dukkah.
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4. Oatmeal

Oatmeal | Seven Ways to Eat Dukkah, 2022
Gluten-free oatmeal with raspberries and dukkah served with apple banana slices and local raw honey from Park Rapids, MN.
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5. Salad

Salad | Seven Ways to Eat Dukkah, 2022
Fresh toss salad with dried blueberries and dukkah. Housemade red wine vinaigrette on the side.
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6. Soup

Lentil Soup | Seven Ways to Eat Dukkah, 2022
Lentil soup topped with dukkah, freshly chopped Italian parsley, and a sprig of thyme.
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7. Yogurt

Blueberry/Lavender Plant-Based Yogurt | Seven Ways to Eat Dukkah, 2022
Blueberry/Lavender Plant-Based Yogurt with dukkah and fresh blueberries.
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Go nuts!

FS x

References

Palmer, S. (2020). Top 5 ways to use dukah. Retrieved: https://sharonpalmer.com/how-to-use-dukah/

SPICEography (2022). Dukkah: An ancient Egyptian condiment. Retrieved: https://www.spiceography.com/dukkah/

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