What is in dukkah?
Traditionally, dukkah is a condiment of mixed herbs, nuts, seeds, and spices typically served with oil and bread. Dukkah can be dusted onto all sorts of dishes, and it can be combined with soft feta and oil to create a flavoursome dip.
Is dukkah gluten free?
Typically, dukkah is gluten free. It is a rich blend of herbs, spices, seeds, and nuts. There may be some brands out there adding flour to their dukkah, but our Traditional Maca n' SpiceDukkah is completely gluten-free.
Is dukkah keto?
Yes, this dukkah contains herbs, spices, seeds, and nuts, and is appropriate for a keto diet.
What does dukkah taste like?
That depends! Each dukkah will taste a little different based on the ingredients that go into the mix. Mostly, it tastes of an aromatic, tangy, spicy, nutty blend.
How should I use dukkah?
There are countless ways to use dukkah in the kitchen. You could toss dukkah in a salad, whisk it into a dressing, dust it over your eggs, fold it into whipped feta, stir it into couscous, sprinkle it over flatbread, or make a dukkah-crusted chicken dish. Our Traditional Maca n' Spice Dukkah is suitable for all these suggestions and more!