• Prep Time: 10 mins
  • Total Time: 10 mins
  • Serves: 4,Yield: 1bowl
  • About This Recipe

    “coating mix”


  • 1/2 cuproasted nuts( hazelnut, pistachio etc)
  • 2tablespoonscoriander seeds
  • 1/3 cupsesame seeds, lightly toasted
  • 1tablespooncumin seed
  • 1tablespoondried thyme
  • salt and pepper
  • Directions

  • Grind together in a mortar or food processor and then eat with bread dipped in olive oil!
  • Reviews

  • “I don’t think I’ve ever had anything quite like this before and that’s a shame because this is really good.Dh positively loved it.We had leftovers so I sprinkled it over the next day’s chicken salad.Wonderful both ways.”

  • “Fantastic and just improves upon eating! I used pistachios and almond slices, toasted the nuts and seeds (not the thyme or salt/pepper) in a skillet on low for about 10 minutes shaking the pan frequently as you might for popcorn so nothing would burn. Just when the aroma was perfect, I let them cool in a single layer, then pulsed in my Magic Bullet, periodically removing the smallest pieces so it wouldn’t turn to complete powder as I continued to grind the larger nut pieces. Served with mini pitas broiled for just under a minute and olive oil, this was a real hit for us! With the Recipe #138110, it made for a light but satisfying meal. Thank you, Alan!”

  • “This is the most outstanding dukkah recipe I have ever tried, all the better because it is so simple and quick! I used hazelnuts and followed the recipe exactly – DH and I couldn’t stop eating it, this is truly a gem! Thanks for posting!”

  • “Ohhh I love this stuff!I used pistachios and served with a bottle of lime olive oil I recently bought on a wine trail. great stuff!”

  • “Barb, if I could give you a 10 I would. This was perfect, tasting just like the one we had on holidays. I used hazelnuts, and added nigella seeds, and it was great. Thanks for finding it for me”

  • “Relly nice with avocado oil as well, and kids like eating it cos they like dipping and eating too”