i don’t remember where i got this recipe for dukkah, but i love it. feel free to spice it up more – i usually do. i toss it on my salads, or mix it in with a veggie medley. sometimes i’ll mix it with a little cold press olive oil and dip raw veggies in it.
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Mix it all in a magic bullet or food processor… don’t pulverize it. it should be sort of crumbly.

it’s awesome and insanely tasty!

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i don’t remember where i got this recipe for dukkah, but i love it. feel free to spice it up more – i usually do. i toss it on my salads, or mix it in with a veggie medley. sometimes i’ll mix it with a little cold press olive oil and dip raw veggies in it.

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Hi Maihio...

thanks for the cross - reference... I will make your recipe soon...

Keep Smilin' ... :)

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Bubbles recipe for http://www.therawtarian.com/community/recipe/sundried-tomato-linseed-cra... calls for it, so thought i'd help out with this recipe.

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cool

sounds like a nice sprinkle

i never heard of dukkah either

so i looked and found this:

"Dukkah

[DOO-kah]

An Egyptian spice blend comprising toasted nuts and seeds, the combination of which varies depending on the cook. Dukka usually has hazelnuts or chickpeas as a base, along with pepper as well as coriander, cumin and sesame seeds. The ingredients are ground together until the texture is that of a coarse powder. Dukka can be sprinkled over meats and vegetables, or used as a dip (preceeded by olive oil) for breads, fresh vegetables and so on. It's available in Middle Eastern markets. © Copyright Barron's Educational Services, Inc. 1995"

thanks :)

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i don't think i've ever head real dukkah. but this is right up my flavor alley.

thanks!

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