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Do you ever use or eat dukkah?

What do you use it for?

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Yes I have bought dukkah on a few occasions, and I use it with oil, to dip.
I have also rubbed it on chicken and used it that way - it is very nice but I find it has limited use...i currently have a pack however as was given to me in a basket of food hamper.
by Finy
I confess to having never used Dukkah. Now I want to.
by Rice
nuts and 1 tsp sugar in 100 g! OK for us......
by Finy
Oh! Nice. Not quite what I was imagining. Must get some.
by Rice
Rice, That's sounds nice with scrambled eggs. I could have had it in my omelette last night. It may also taste ok with yogurt as a dip. (NOT with the flavoured yogurts of cause!)
by Miro
Absolutely.

Nice for entertaining .. with crusty bread and a good quality olive oil it is a delicious treat.
No never used it, sorry to say.
May have a look at it later.
(we might have to try it with qwackers . . . )
by Rice
LOL
by jonaj
No. I have never cooked with it
I'm not a big user of Dukkah (like I am with Tahini) but when I do, I generally use it as a side to olive oil to dip bread with. Much in the same way you would with olive oil and balsamic.

However, I have used it as a crumb topping on roasted vegetables, pasta and fish (instead of using breadcrumbs).

I would be keen to see what ice-cream dipped in dukkah and then into chocolate or caramel would taste like. Imagine the texture and the salty and sweet kick you would get !!
Yes. It's nice if you get crusty bread, dip it in olive oil and balsamic vinegar then dukkah.
Yum, Jennifer, think i will go have a snack of this!
by Finy
Thank you, Jennifer . .. I just went out and bought some and had it with Turkish bread dipped in balsamic vinegar and olive oil. YUM.
by Rice
No, but it's something I would try.
by Vee
I have used it on chicken.
by AJ
I have had this the same way as Jennifer M has! Very moreish and once I start, I want to just keep eating it!! A friend served it at her place and I immediately asked about it. I do like it instead of breadcrumbs as well.The other aspect of dukkah which I like is that it is actually very easy to make ourselves and to our own taste preferences!! Oh! I forgot to say how yummy it is with steamed or roast vegetables!! Aaaah! Pumpkin with Dukkah is just a match made in heaven!! Only our imaginations can limit us when it comes to Dukkah!
I thought I hadn't ever used it, & then I remembered what it was, & I have in fact used it on my salmon fillets, cooking them on the stove top. Yummy.
by Miro
I put some in my scrambled eggs . . . it was lovely. Ah, Dukkah, a new thing to love. LOL
by Rice
I have used Dukkah as described with olive oil as a dip for crusty bread. Recently I have been adding it to other foods for a little lift. I have had it sprinkled on salads or rice dishes. I recently tossed some Cauliflower in dukkah before roasting it with some other vegetables. It is very versatile.
I have used Dukkah as described with olive oil as a dip for crusty bread. Recently I have been adding it to other foods for a little lift. I have had it sprinkled on salads or rice dishes. I recently tossed some Cauliflower in dukkah before roasting it with some other vegetables. It is very versatile.
I have used Dukkah as described with olive oil as a dip for crusty bread. Recently I have been adding it to other foods for a little lift. I have had it sprinkled on salads or rice dishes. I recently tossed some Cauliflower in dukkah before roasting it with some other vegetables. It is very versatile.
I found a link https://montalto.com.au/what-to-do-with-dukkah/

I am sorry my reply posted three time. Yikes!
by annfi
Three times the enjoyment :-)) Your cauliflower sounds wonderful. Definitely trying that!
by Rice
Thanks Rice.
by annfi
No. I've had it before but wasn't a fan. Perhaps I should try again?
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