Nut free Dukkah

August 9, 2017 tappingin2nature 1 Comments

I’m starting to spice up my meals with condiments which pack a nutritional punch. This seed dukkah is great for adding healthy fats and some fiber to your soups, salads, fish, hummus, and meat dishes. I make some at the start of the week and add to it as I go. I’m not adding nuts to the dukkah because my stomach doesn’t tolerate them at the moment, but I am working seriously hard on this. Enjoy x

Ingredients

1/2 cup pumpkin seeds

1/4 cup sesame seeds

1 Tbsp Coriander seeds

1 Tbsp Cumin seeds

1 Tbsp Fennel seeds

Cracked black pepper

Sea salt

 

Method

  1. Toast pumpkin seeds first in a saucepan until they are popping and fragrant, set aside to cool in a food processor.
  2. Toast coriander, fennel and cumin seeds until they become fragrant, cool in a food processor.
  3. Toast sesame seeds and set aside
  4. Place salt and pepper in the food processor and pulse until the mixture is well combined, but still slightly chunky.
  5. Add in the sesame seeds and place in a glass container.
  6. Enjoy xo

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