Yield: Yields about 1 cup dukkah
Dukkah is an Egyptian blend of nuts, seeds, and spices that is so good you can eat pinches of it straight, as a snack. Daub some ripe peaches with olive oil, put them on a very hot grill, and then sprinkle them with dukkah. The result is a bit like peach pie without the crust: warm and yielding, with just a hint of char.
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Dukkah can also be purchased from kalustyans.com August 5, 2011: “Last Call for Summer: Grilled Peaches with Dukkah and Blueberries,” by Ligaya Mishan
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