Dukka Egyptian Spice BlendFrom mystic_river1 8 years ago
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How to make it
- In a heavy skillet or a medium heated oven, toast individually the hazelnuts, almonds, sesame seeds and all spice seeds lightly and let them cool well.
- In a spice grinder or coffee grinder, grind all toasted ingredients except the sesame seeds very roughly. If grinded too fine the nuts will lump together due to the release of the oil within the nut.
- Combine all ingredients in a bowl and incorporate all ingredients very well.
- Spread on a sheet pan and dry in the oven at low temperature. This will ensure the Dukka is really dry and prevent from moulding or going rancid.
- Store in an airtight container in a cool place for up to 2 weeks.
The Cookmystic_river1 Bradenton, Florida
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I LUV HAVING DIFFENT SPICES MIXES TO HAVE ON HAND. GREAT POST.THANKSzanna in MOUNT CLEMENS loved it
:) I just can't believe it.Even not all great Egyptian chefs can make Dukka..I wonder from where did you manage to get this..I am impressed.ahmed1 in Cairo loved it
Sounds great! I've given people their own little bowls at small dinner parties so they can make their own dipping bowls to allow them to "double dip" Great Posting Mystic! Gave it my A+ - I've always had to "buy this" which is hard to find - now I wo...moredivaliscious in Dutchess County loved it