- Use pitta bread dipped in olive oil and in Dukka
- Traditional Egyptian seasoning
- Healthy snack to share with friends and family
Dukkah (pronounced “douka”) is a spice mix from Egypt. It is made from hazelnuts, sesame, coriander, cumin and grilled spice.
Its notes of toasted spices and hazelnuts is delicious with sweet wine, warmed goat’s cheese on toast or fresh pasta. It releases its oriental flavors wondrously with chicken skewers or marinated fish. Sprinkle it over your mixed salads or on steamed vegetables to add a crunchy touch.
Pita Bread, olive Oil, any dipping!
Almond, hazelnut, coriander, cumin, sesame, peppercorn, salt, sugar
In Cairo, the Egyptians traditionally serve Dukkah with their pre-dinner drinks dipping pitta bread into olive oil and then into Dukkah!
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The know-how from the plant to the plate, and often ancestral, are at the heart of their approach. Aware that they are not inventing anything, they wish to pass on excellence through an approach that respects biodiversity and a quest for new flavors that is as passionate as it is demanding.