Trader Joe’s Dukkah, A Nut and Spice Blend

This Trader Joe’s dukkah is a mix of nuts, herbs and spices that is good for using as a crust on proteins like meat and fish, or for dipping bread and oil in. It’s not the strongest flavor of nuts and herbs, but it does provide a nice crunch if you like coriander and anise. This goes really well with Trader Joe’s Kalamata olive oil for a savory, crunchy and deep flavor. It’s almost impossible to cut and mix up this amount of savory spices and nuts together yourself, so this is a really good thing to keep in your pantry when you want to encrust just about anything…..…….

  • 80 calories per serving
  • Net Weight: 3.3 oz
  • Traditional Egyptian and Middle Eastern mixture of nuts, herbs and spices
  • Loosely translates to pound or crush in Arabic
  • Similar to new Trader Joe’s Za’atar spice
  • Ingredients are almonds, sesame seeds, fennel seeds, coriander, anise seeds, kosher salt

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Dukkah Nut Blend at Trader Joe’s

There are a lot of different Trader Joe’s Middle Eastern inspired products at TJs, and this is one of the more unique ones. If you are all about the specific blend of spices that make up this savory mix, I think this will be a great addition to your cooking or bread dipping! And if you can’t make out to TJs in person, give these products a try…..

The Spice Way Real Dukkah – Traditional Egyptian Spice Blend. No Additives, No Preservatives, No Fillers, Just Spices and Herbs We Grow, Dry and Blend In Our Farm. Resealable Bag 2 oz

Egyptian Dukkah Spice Blend from The Silk Road Restaurant & Market (2oz), No Salt | All Natural Dukkah Seasoning | Vegan | Gluten Free Ingredients | NON-GMO | No Preservatives

Price: $2.99

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One thought on “Trader Joe’s Dukkah, A Nut and Spice Blend

  1. I went crazy over this spice mix when I first saw it a few years ago. I bought if for all my foodie family members and our favorite use for it is with oil and bread. It was disappointing when it disappeared from the shelves due to it being deemed a “seasonal” offering. What season, pray tell? Today (12/11/23) I went looking for it online and Amazon has the 3.3 oz jar of the TJ brand (pictured above) for $24.95. Crazy. But here’s an alternative I happened to find online. Cadry Nelson has figured out a recipe that’s similar. Hey TJ’s: please keep this in stock year-round?

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