This Authentic homemade Dukkah recipe is the perfect to flavour up your roasted vegetables, tray bakes or as a seasoning for salmon and chicken.
What is homemade Dukkah made from?
My homemade dukkah is made from blanched whole hazelnuts, sesame and sunflower seeds, cumin, coriander seeds, paprika, salt and black pepper.
It’s best to use blanched hazelnuts to save you the trouble of having to remove the skin.
Why you should make your own Dukkah
I love to make my own dukkah because it’s really easy and you can be assured it doesn’t contain any unnecessary binders or fillers. Just spices, nuts and seeds.
Making your own Authentic Homemade Dukkah also makes it customisable. If you don’t like a spice, leave it out. Dukkah often contains fennel seeds, and i’m not the world’s greatest fan, so I don’t put them in mine but I love paprika so I added some in. I’ve added an optional ingredient for fennel seeds if you love them!
This dukkah is made in a traditional way by roasting the nuts and seeds first and pan toasting the spices. This releases the flavour and makes the BEST tasting dukkah ever.