Dukkah refers to an incredible nutty Egyptian spice mix, made by mixing roasted nuts like hazel nuts, sesame seed, coriander, cumin, and other spices. Mix it with dipping oil, such as extra virgin olive oil, grapeseed oil or especially avocado oil, and serve as a tasty dip for bread. It is also great as a delicious coating when baking fish or fowl.

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