Yeah I know it might sound abominable, especially with the addition of delicious bacon, which I’m pretty sure is not used often in Moroccan cuisine, but this was pretty good.
According to Wikipedia, dukkah is:
Duqqa,[spelling 1] du’ah, do’a, or dukkah (Egyptian Arabic: دقة pronounced [ˈdæʔʔæ]) is an Egyptian condiment consisting of a mixture of herbs, nuts (usually hazelnut), and spices. It is typically used as a dip with bread or fresh vegetables for an hors d’œuvre. Pre-made versions of duqqa can be bought in the spice markets of Cairo, with the simplest version being crushed mint, salt and pepper which are sold in paper cones. The packaged variety is found in markets that is composed of parched wheat flour mixed with cumin and caraway.
Here’s a photo of a mosque near my apartment.