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Food stylist Julie Zambonelli discovered Dukkah just a few years ago, and instantly fell in love. She started making her own, and decided to introduce this exotic and delicious Middle Eastern mixture of toasted nuts, seeds, and savoury spices to the Toronto food scene after realizing how hard it was to find.
Believed to have originated in Egypt, Dukkah is derived from the Arabic word “to pound” or crush. It's most commonly eaten today as a Middle Eastern street food - vendors in Cairo will give you this spice mix in a paper cup, with strips of oil-brushed pita bread to dip into it.