A delicious twist on dukkah, supercharged with health-boosting ingredients including tigernuts, herbs and spices. Perfect to add flavour and texture to your favourite savoury dishes. Sprinkle over vegetables, salads, avocado, dips or chicken/fish.
What are tigernuts? A tiny tube (aka root vegetable) that’s actually not a nut and taste like “chewy coconut and almond”.
- This recipe is free from gluten, grain, dairy and refined sugar.
- This recipe is nut free and suitable for those with nut sensitivity or following AIP/ nut free diets.
- Made with simple, nourishing ingredients.
- Tigernuts are a prebiotic and rich in fibre great for gut health.
- Turmeric adds beneficial anti-flammatory and immune-boosting properties.
Supercharged Tigernut Dukkah
What are tigernuts? A tiny tube (aka root vegetable) that's actually not a nut and taste like "chewy coconut and almond".
- 1/4 cup peeled tigernuts
- 2 tsp coriander seeds
- 2 tsp cumin seeds
- 1.5 tbsp sesame seeds
- 1 tsp dried oregano
- 1/2 tsp dried chilli flakes
- 1/4 tsp ground turmeric
- Pinch good quality salt
- Pinch black pepper
- In a blender, good quality spice grinder or food processor pulse tigernuts to resemble fine bread crumbs. Set aside.
- Toast coriander and cumin seeds in a dry frying pan until fragrant. Allow to cool.
- Toast sesame seeds in a dry frying pan until lightly coloured. Allow to cool.
- Add coriander and cumin seeds to blender/spice grinder and pulse to grind.
- In a small mixing bowl combine ground tigernuts, spices, sesame seeds, oregano, chilli flakes, turmeric, salt and pepper. Store in an air-tight container.
- For added crunch and a toasted flavour you can lightly toast the peeled tigernuts in a dry frying pan (watch they don’t burn). Allow to completely cool before grinding.
- I get my tigernuts from the Australian company Terra Firma.