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Dukkah (Egypt) is an specialty that is not strictly speaking a spice blend, but rather a blend of roasted nuts seasoned with spices. With it's pleasant crunch and scrumptious smoky taste, it transforms any simple dish into something original and extremely flavorful. Background: The word dukkah is derived from the Arabic verb to pound since the mixture is neither powdered nor paste-like. It has been told that weary desert travelers would gather by a small fire and roast this nutritious nut-spice combination. It's full of protein, calcium, minerals and fiber, and quickly replenished their energy. Regional Cuisine: Today this warm, aromatic mixture is typically used as an interactive appetizer, becoming addictive when served as a dip with bread and olive oil. Dukkah makes a crunchy coating for chicken or fish when put on before pan-fying. It is also good sprinkled over fresh salads, roasted vegetables, pasta, feta cheese, and even peaches. This spice blend is delightfully fragrant, unique and heavenly aromatic.