Genuine za'atar thyme mix used like dukkah as a dip or coating.

Za'atar spice mix is loved in the Middle East where it is used daily much as we use salt. Our genuine recipe (with real za'atar thyme- which is actually a wild member of the oregano family) can be used sprinkled on flatbread, or mix it with salt to use as a salt alternative on all food. Add it to coleslaw or salad, coat fish or potatoes with it before frying.

Ingredients: Za'atar thyme, sesame seeds, sumac, salt

Ideas for Za'atar

  • You can use Za'atar as a dip with bread and extra virgin olive oil, like you would with Dukkah.
  • Coat 6 fish fillets in a mix of 2 tablespoons of Za'atar and 2 tablespoons of fine cornmeal before frying.
  • Add 3 tablespoons of Za'atar to a traditional coleslaw salad.
  • Sprinkle Za'atar on flatbread that has been brushed with olive oil, then lightly toast.
  • Slice up 5 vine-ripened tomatoes, 1 avocado and mix with 2 tablespoons of Za'atar and some extra virgin olive oil for a delicious salad.
  • Za'atar goes well with potato, so try 2 tablespoons mixed into your mashed potato before serving, or sprinkle some on your oven wedges or roast potatoes.
  • Za'atar is a tasty coating for roast chicken or fried chicken legs.
  • For a great alternative to garlic bread, mix 3 teaspoons of Za'atar with 2 tablespoons of butter and spread this into vertical slices of a French loaf, and wrap in foil before heating in the oven.

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