Pistachio Dukkah is a divine sprinkle to have on hand in the pantry – so versatile and very easy to make!

Like traditional dukkah is delicious served with a little olive oil and bread. Dip a small piece of bread into the oil and then into the dukkah – yum!

This is also divine sprinkled over pouched eggs and avocado on toast. Or you can add a little crunch to your salads with a sprinkle of Dukkah.

Look for good quality ingredients for your Pistachio Dukkah – we love Herbies for all our herbs, spices and blends!

PLUS the Cumin and Turmeric in this Pistachio Dukkah are great for anyone with inflammation issues. Enjoy!


Ingredients (serves 6)

  • 1/2 cup Pistachio nuts (shelled)
  • 1/4 cup Sesame seeds
  • 3 tblespns shredded coconut
  • 3 tblespns Coriander seeds
  • 1 tblespn Cumin seeds
  • 1 teaspn Ground turmeric
  • 1 teaspn Sea salt
  • 1/2 teaspn Freshly cracked black pepper
  • Olive oil

Method

  1. Place pistachio nuts into a mortar and pestle and grind.
  2. Heat oil in frying pan and add all ingredients.
  3. Cook stirring for 6 minutes.
  4. Enjoy!
  5. Store any left over dukkah in a covered container in the refrigerator.

Notes... Dukkah is also wonderful for coating meat, chicken and fish.

  • Excellent recipe. Thank you for sharing

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  • Sounds delicious… there’s nothing like a good dukkah… even better if it’s homemade!

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  • Oh yummy, this sounds so delicious.

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  • I love Dukkah and Pistachios so this looks super yummy and something I’ll definitely try. I’ll use it on Salmon to BBQ

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  • I’ve never tried dukkah and never heard of it until comments and recipes started appearing on this site. Might have to give it a try

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  • My family loves Dukkah but I have never made. I will have to give this recipe a go.

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  • I have some at home that I bought at the supermarket but I like the sound of this.

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  • I have never made, or considered making dukkah. But… this recipe is so easy, even I can do it!

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  • Yummy! Thanks for sharing.

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  • I LOVE dukkah and am addicted to it. I make large quantities, eat it every day, lol

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  • This looks and sounds wonderful – thanks for sharing.

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  • I love them on my salads.

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  • Would this go in chocolate or on ice cream or is it the wrong flavour?


    • Personally I would not like it on ice cream or in chocolate but you could leave out the coriander, cumin, turmeric and pepper and add the zest of a lemon or orange and make it a sweet dukkah.

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  • Interested will give it a whirl!

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  • Yum will definitely give this one a try.

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