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or duk·kah  (do͝ok′ə)
An Egyptian spice blend of toasted and ground nuts, seeds, and herbs, such as hazelnuts, sesame, coriander, and cumin, used as a topping for meat or vegetables or as a dry dip for bread coated with olive oil.

[Egyptian colloquial Arabic daqqa, from Arabic, powder, from daqqa, yaduqqu, to crush, pulverize, and daqqa, yadiqqu, to be fine, thin; akin to Hebrew dāqaq, to crush, beat into small pieces, and Akkadian daqqu, pulverized, fine.]


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(Cookery) a mix of ground roast nuts and spices, originating in Egypt, and used for sprinkling on meat or as a dip
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Beetroot hummus was an excellent bold pink version of the beige staple, presented in a yin and yang arrangement with whipped feta, dotted with hazelnut dukkah.
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Our PS20-for-three-courses lunch menu began with a perfectly grilled mackerel fillet with an excellent Greek labneh yoghurt and herby za'atar on the side, and a hearty cauliflower soup with a dukkah spice which was perfect for the wintry afternoon.
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DUKKAH (MAKES I CUP) 1/2 cup skinned or unskinned hazelnuts 1/4 cup white sesame seeds 2 tbsp.
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Goat's cheese cones were actually quite nice, but topped only with sumac, rather than the advertised dukkah and red pepper flakes.
The Clif Family Kitchen blends spices and nuts into the bold Egyptian seasoning known as Dukkah.
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