Hazelnuts, sesame, coriander, cumin, black pepper, sumac, sea salt, nigella seeds, Aleppo and spearmint.
Sold by the ounce.
In the Middle East, Dukkah is typically eaten sprinkled on top of flatbread, the flatbread is first dipped into olive oil and then into Dukkah. It is often found portioned out in paper cones for snacking on by itself at street markets. It can also add flavor, complexity and character to baba ganoush, bruschetta, hummus, omelets, pasta, rice, salads, steamed vegetables and yogurt.