Got Dukkah? 6 Ideas for Using it At Home, No Cookbook Required

published May 7, 2013
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There are many different ways to use dukkah in the kitchen, and I’d encourage you to try making a few batches of your own at home to see how, exactly, you prefer yours (for instance, I love mine pretty heavy on sesame seeds with a good hit of salt).

→ Make Your Own: Basic Dukkah

Once you’ve mastered your own favorite dukkah, there are a number of great ways to use it in the kitchen:

  1. Fold it into your favorite hummus or dip.
  2. Sprinkle it on flatbread with a little olive oil and bake until crispy.
  3. Scatter it on top of fried eggs in the morning.
  4. Stir it into whole grains or pasta dishes for a different take on quick lunch or dinner.
  5. Toss your favorite roasting vegetables with a generous spoonful of dukkah and olive oil and roast until crispy and fragrant.
  6. Whisk into your homemade jar of salad dressing for a different take on a familiar flavor.
What are your favorite ways to use dukkah?

Read More: Dukkah: Nut and Spice Mixes For Seasoning and Snacking by Martha Rose Shulman for The New York Times

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