Friday, October 11, 2013

Dukkah Spice Blend and October Unprocessed


Today I’m thrilled to be contributing to October Unprocessed! Andrew Wilder created this marvelous challenge on his blog, Eating Rules, and this is my third year to take the pledge and eat only unprocessed food for a month. Each year, I learn something new from the creative, inspiring posts that are shared daily for the month of October, and am motivated to further “un-process” my food while still keeping it delicious.

I’m sharing a recipe today for one of my favorite spice blends, dukkah. You can read the full post and get the recipe here. And please consider joining me in taking the pledge!

18 comments:

  1. Very happy to have this recipe, Hannah. Thanks for sharing.

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    1. My pleasure, Karen! I hope you enjoy the dukkah if you give it a try - it definitely enhances a meal!

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  2. Yum! This looks delicious. I can see how something like this would really just light up anything you put it on! Thanks for sharing. Way to get yourself out there!

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    1. Thank you, Amanda! Dukkah really is lovely and adds a unique zip of flavor. It would be a marvelous ingredient for Tasting Jerusalem. I love joining in the October Unprocessed challenge each year...always something new and delicious to discover!

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  3. I am totally jealous you are being featured over there! I love October Unprocessed, it's my third year, too!

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    1. Hooray for October Unprocessed! I'm happy you're enjoying the challenge, too, Brooke. Andrew is brilliant for creating it - so inspiring and fun.

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  4. What a beautiful photo, Hannah! And a lovely sounding recipe, too.

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    1. Thank you so much, Brianne! I appreciate your kind words. Dukkah enhances almost anything - I hope you give it a try. :)

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  5. Loved the guest post and your recipe for Dukkah, saved it to make. I think I will include this in my Christmas gifts. I love the concept for the unprocessed challenges. I love the simplicity of your spice blend.

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    1. Thank you so much, Suzanne! Dukkah would make a marvelous Christmas gift - love that idea. I'm having fun with October Unprocessed and appreciate all the tips and recipes that are being shared.

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  6. Sounds like a worthy challenge! And probably a bit more difficult than I would imagine. Anyway, on my way to read your duhhah recipe now!

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    1. It really is a worthy challenge, John! The first year I joined in was eye opening - it got me reading labels and thinking about ingredients even more. Each year I learn something new and inspiring! I hope you enjoy the dukkah recipe.

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  7. I love Dukkah, having first came across it in 2008 and made up a fragrant blend that we gobbled up in a matter of days. I need to put this terrific condiment back in rotation. Thank you for the reminder!

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    1. I'm glad you're familiar with dukkah and already enjoy it, Kate! It really is a marvelous one and homemade condiments are just so good. I'm happy you stopped by!

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  8. I'm always inspired by the foodie's challenge like this. I'm too lazy to push myself to take up on a challenge but I admire of you! Heading over now to check your recipe!

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    1. Thanks, Nami! This is definitely a terrific challenge and one that inspires me each year. I hope you enjoy the dukkah recipe!

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    1. Isn't dukkah wonderful, Alyssa? So happy you love it, too. :)

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