Dukkah (pronounced doo-kah), meaning “to pound” in Egyptian is quite an apt description of one of their most widely used dry-roasted spice blends.  Usually featuring nutty flavours with cumin and coriander, it’s used most often as a dry dip for olive oil drizzled flatbreads. Dukkah is also enjoyed in a variety of ways from seasoning salads and vegetables to creating crunchy spice crusts for chicken and fish.  

Cook our delicious Dukkah Spiced Salmon in just Minutes

We’ve sourced and blended all of the unique flavour ingredients to make our authentic Dukkah Spiced Salmon. We bring these all together in a recipe kit, which consists of 3 flavour pots; a Harissa Paste pot, a Mint Sauce pot and a Dukkah Mix pot. Simply follow our recipe, adding a few items from your fridge, to cook this delicious Dukkah Spiced Salmon in just 25 minutes.

How Our Recipes Kits Work

We provide flavour ingredients:

  • Harissa Paste
  • Mint Sauce
  • Dukkah Mix

Your shopping list:

3 tbsps
Greek yoghurt
2 fillets
of salmon
of nuts

Our 25 minute recipe

  • 1.

    Prep the ingredients

    Mix the aubergine and courgette with two tbsps of oil and a pinch of salt.

    For the dressing, mix the HARISSA PASTE with the juice of half a lemon. Keep aside. 

    Mix the Greek yoghurt with the MINT SAUCE in a small bowl. Keep aside. 

  • 2.

    Pan-fry the veg

    Heat a griddle/frying pan over medium-high heat. Add 2 tbsps of oil and put the veg into the pan in one layer. Let them cook for 2-3 minutes on each side until lightly charred and tender. (Drizzle more oil if looking dry.) Meanwhile continue with step 3. 

  • 3.

    Cook the salmon

    Sprinkle the DUKKAH MIX all over the salmon fillets, pressing it into the tops and sides. 

    Heat a little oil in a non-stick frying pan over medium heat and cook the salmon, skin side down, for 4 mins. Quickly sear the sides and then cook the tops for 2-3 mins (or longer if desired).

    If you're having flatbreads, toast them now.

  • 4.


    Drizzle the Harissa dressing over the veg and salmon. Serve with flatbreads, a wedge of lemon and the mint sauce on the side. Sprinkle the plate with nuts (if using).


Dukkah Spiced Salmon Reviews

BASED ON 994 reviews

Maureen - Dec 07, 2019

Enjoyed it once, probably would not order again, but did not dislike it.

Julie - Nov 30, 2019

Not keen on aubergine but ok otherwise

Lorraine - Nov 29, 2019

Lovely dish. Would cook again.

Kerrie - Nov 27, 2019

All seasonings were nice but didn’t think the courgette went well. I’d stick with aubergine only and serve with rice next time.

Lorraine - Nov 26, 2019

Lovely flavours.

Rosemary - Nov 24, 2019

It was too good but I doubled the salmon to adjust the spice level.

Sarah-Jane - Nov 19, 2019

Very delicious and uniquely so. Highly recommended

Amanda - Nov 19, 2019

Very tasty! Not sure on the aubergine and courgette but salmon was fantastic

Ruth - Nov 06, 2019


Ruth - Nov 03, 2019

Really great

Kate - Nov 02, 2019

Delicious... enjoyed by all

Tomasz - Nov 02, 2019

Not a fan but still ok

Katherine - Oct 31, 2019

Loved loved LOVED this dish! Yum!!

Judy - Oct 23, 2019


Vikki - Oct 22, 2019

Bit bland

Vikki - Oct 22, 2019

Looked amazing but was a bit bland

Will - Oct 22, 2019

Excellent dish with unusual, fresh flavours

Lauren - Oct 22, 2019

Really tasty

Glynn - Oct 22, 2019

Salmon was nice not keen on the veg option

Anna - Oct 20, 2019

Unusually flavours - tastes delicious though

Paul - Oct 20, 2019

We used smoked salmon and it was amazing

Georgina - Oct 20, 2019

Boo not nicr

Georgina - Oct 20, 2019

Just didn't meld right

alex - Oct 14, 2019

Salmon herb rub was great, mint sauce was too sweet and harissa tasted like cough medicine

Samantha - Oct 11, 2019

Ridiculously tasty!!!

Vikki - Oct 09, 2019

Looked lovely but was pretty bland

Chris - Oct 07, 2019

Very tasty. The sauce was perhaps a little sweet but otherwise spot on.

Lorna - Oct 07, 2019

My favourite so far

Helen - Sep 24, 2019

Awful, took ages to cook, used lots of pots and pans and ended up in the bins. 1 hour in the kitchen and I have a sandwich for my dinner. Avoid.

Caroline - Sep 19, 2019

Ok but not my favourite.

Gary - Sep 17, 2019

Picture doesn't do this justice its really nice

Natalie - Sep 16, 2019

My favourite recipe :)

Brian - Sep 01, 2019

Incredibly delicious. Well put together, authentic taste. The nuts were so right! Some apprehension as I have not eaten fried aubergine and courgette; the harissa sauce was absolute compliment and the mint yoghurt delicious.

Penny - Sep 01, 2019

A really different way to serve salmon

Graham - Aug 20, 2019

Laziest recipe you’ve constructed and tasted rank

Helen - Aug 13, 2019

Tangy but good!

Jessica - Aug 12, 2019

Really tasty and easy

Nasima - Aug 10, 2019

The flavours in this dish!!!! Beautiful

Elly May - Aug 06, 2019

Lovely flavour, we both enjoyed

Nigel - Jul 27, 2019

Good but the veg took much longer to cook than expected.

Jason - Jul 23, 2019

Not my favourite but a nice dish all the same

Richard - Jul 07, 2019

Great Eastern Mediterranean flavour to compliment salmon

Paula - Jul 01, 2019

Didn’t like the vegetables much

Gemma - Jun 26, 2019

This has been my favourite so far. Unusual but tasty flavours

Gemma - Jun 26, 2019

The flavours here are incredibly tasty, like nothing I've ever tasted before. This will be on repeat order for sure

Sally - Jun 26, 2019

Just not to my taste

Margaret - Jun 12, 2019

Delicious. Loved all the flavours together. Will definitely order again soon!

Kelly - Jun 07, 2019

One of the best!!

Teresa - May 22, 2019

Sorry but I hated this recipe, the mint taste just made me disgusted... Maybe you should've said it was minty and "fresh" like toothpaste...to be honest it's the 2nd dish so far I've not liked. Everything else so far has been amaizng

Maxine - May 21, 2019

Tasted good but two of the spice pots were mostly sugar - anything you can do about that?


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