Dukkah Spice is kind of Egypt's answer to Za'atar - it will be made slightly differently where ever you go, but generally has a few things in common - toasted nuts, sesame seeds, coriander and cumin.
In Egypt, it's most commonly eaten as a seasoning for bread that's been dunked in olive oil but is equally delicious sprinkled into soups, scattered over salads, used to top a bowl of hummus, over roasted vegetables, the list is endless.
Allergens: PEANUTS, SESAME
Packed in an environment that also handles nuts and gluten
Ingredients: Peanuts, sesame, coriander, cumin, black pepper, salt.
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