Hand Blended Ingredients: hazelnuts, sesame, coriander, cumin, black pepper, sumac, sea salt, nigella seeds, Aleppo, spearmint
In the Middle East, Dukkah is typically eaten with flatbread - it may be sprinkled on top, or more commonly the flatbread is first dipped into olive oil and then into the Dukkah mix. In addition to using this as a dip with olive oil and flat bread it can also add some flavor complexity and character to baba ganoush, bruschetta, hummus, omelets, pasta, quesadillas, rice, salads, steamed vegetables, yogurt and we've even used it as a rub for chicken and fish. Even try as a snack all on its own!
The flavor profile of our Dukkah is earthy with a very subtle heat that hits the back of the throat. You'll also find hints of tangy, nutty and just a bit of saltiness.