Whether you've heard of it or not dukkah is getting bigger by the day, with our favorite blogs and magazines adapting recipes using this middle eastern spice blend. We've gathered some information to introduce you to the origins and uses of dukkah. Stay tuned for original recipes this week on our blog and more from the producers of Gary & Kit's brand Dukkah Spice Blends.
- The name is a colloquial Egyptian word derived from the word “dakka,” which means “to crush,” which is what you do to many of the ingredients that go into the mix. More from NY Times Blog >
- Dukkah, an Egyptian spice blend of toasted nuts and seeds, has become a international favorite over the past few years, thanks to its popularity first in Australian restaurants and then among home cooks and food blogs. The warm, aromatic mixture is addictive when served as a dip with bread and olive oil. More from The Kitchn >
- At Gallway restaurant, Ardbia, the traditionally savoury spice blend has been flipped on its head, with a sweet variety used to garnish chocolate pots... More from The Telegraph UK >