Zaatar is a tart-herby sprinkle of culinary magic, a mix of some of the most popular flavor notes mixed with unexpected exotic inclusions for a spice blend loved far and wide. Strangely addicting, Za'atar - also known as za'tar, zahtar and zahatar - is a favorite go-to flavoring from the Mediterranean to the Nile even Africa, known to be eaten straight, a pinch at a time, among its more devout fans.
- USimplySeason has brought the best of several varieties together in one handy glass jar.
- It’s a premium blend of roasted sesame seeds that starts the flavor party, mingled with oregano, marjoram and thyme before finishing with tart red sumac. These spices, amazing individually, transport the tastebuds entirely in this versatile spice blend.
- The thoughtful balance of familiar and unique ingredients offers an exciting seasoning that's right at home in snacks, soups, roasts and more.
- Paleo Diet or Mediterranean diet? This blend is a great fit for both! It'll keep your energized as you indulge in healthy, diet-friendly favorites.
- Whether used in spice rubs or added as a flourish after cooking, you're sure to love this herb-filled mix as it elevates favorite dishes.
- Packaged in the USA
Roasted Sesame Seeds, Thyme, Sumac, Oregano, Marjoram
Anxious to try this superstar spice seasoning for yourself? Here is a fun and easy recipe to get you started:
- 4 medium-sized russet potatoes
- 1 tablespoon olive oil
- 2 tablespoons sumac
- Preheat oven to 350°F. Peel potatoes. Slice the potatoes into 1/2-inch strips. Toss with olive oil and a pinch of salt. Bake for 30 to 35 minutes, stirring every 10 minutes.
- Roughly chop the reserved potato in half. Cook in salted boiling water until soft. Drain and roughly mash with a fork.
- When the fries are done, remove from oven and toss with sumac. Serve with your choice of spread on the side.
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