This is my week, the third Saturday of the month! Please join me over at Our Krazy Kitchen for my Dukkah. I originally posted it here, real early on when my blog was a baby and before I had all of you wonderful readers, but I think it was worth bringing back!
It would be a perfect appetizer for Father's Day! Or any day!
See you there!
Yes I would say it was definitely worth bringing it back, this looks magical. Thanks DianeReplyDelete
Je ne connaissais pas du tout ce mélange d'épices.ReplyDelete
Je note la recette.
J'ai visité Notre cuisine Krasy. très intéressant.
Bon weekend et à bientôt.
This is amazing with nuts and spices together. The ingredients are easy to get and sound delicious.ReplyDelete
What an interesting title! Will hop over after this. Have a great weekend, Lynd.ReplyDelete
Nadji, yes there is a lot going on in Our Krazy Kitchen! Hope you get a chance to make it.ReplyDelete
Diane, thank you, it's tasty!
Anncoo, Thanks, it is easy and so nice to have on hand.
Kristy, what title is interesting? Our Krazy Kitchen? Hope you like it, You have a great weekend too!
Heading over there to see what its all about.ReplyDelete
I think its fabulous...ReplyDelete
Good combo..nuts and seeds healthy ingredients. I will try this.ReplyDelete
This is definitely worth a repeat. it is a fabulous recipe. I missed it first time through and am really glad it has been reposted. Have a wonderful day. Blessings...MaryReplyDelete
Vidhya, yes healthy ingredients...then we have to ruin it all by dipping bread in olive oil, then dip it in the healthy mixture!! :D So...I guess it all balances out! but it's oh so good! lol!
Mary, thanks, nice of you to say!
Dukkah was introduced to me by my Egyptian friend Phoebe; I loved it! and I love yours! Wonderful of you to explore this cuisine!ReplyDelete
That is one of my favorite spice mixes. I literally put it EVERYWHERE!ReplyDelete
I hope you'll like my melting Moments cookies.
This looks good! Happy Father day!ReplyDelete
I seldom have Egyptian food or maybe even never?!?! :OReplyDelete
Oo this is interesting spice! Love spicy dishes, but found I still have a lot to learn :)ReplyDelete
tasteofbeirut - I would love to try that one!ReplyDelete
Rosa, It is so good and comes in handy. We will try your cookies this week. (I thought it was sugar on top, but then I noticed it's the coconut).
Sonia, thank you...you too!
tigerfish - then you'll just have to try it :D
the lacquer spoon - hope you get a chance to try this one.
This looks so good with all the nuts and spices in there :-)ReplyDelete
It was very popular on the restaurant scene here in Melbourne a few years ago. I love it!ReplyDelete
My friend's Mom used to put this together for a vast part of her cuisine. Now, maybe I can surprise her with your recipe ;o)ReplyDelete
I have never made this...could be something very interesting to add in my own fusion style cooking.
Thanks for bringing this back.
Flavourful wishes, Claudia
new to me..looks awesome....thanx for sharingReplyDelete
Sounds fabulous, on my way to read more details!ReplyDelete
What an interesting (and healthy) recipe! Thanks for this!ReplyDelete