An aromatic Egyptian blend of hazelnuts, sesame seeds and spices. Spices include coriander, cumin and pepper, as well as many others to create a tasty but dry mixture, which is traditionally eaten with crusty bread or pita, dipped in olive oil. But Dukkah has many other uses. It can be used as a crunchy coating for chicken or fish, sprinkle it generously over a fresh salad or add it to couscous and rice dishes. Dukkah is one of those ingredients, that when you have used it once, you will think of a thousand more things to do with it.