This Middle Eastern za'atar spice is made from sumac, toasted sesame seeds, thyme and flaky sea salt for a nutty, floral flavor. Zaatar is often a third table condiment, next to salt and pepper, on most Middle Eastern tables. Stir into olive oil and pile onto crusty bread or sprinkle on eggs, tuck into a Lebanese style pizza or use as dry rub on chicken or vegetables. Hand blended from toasted sesame seeds, sea salt, hyssop, savory, sumac.
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Za'atar seasoning is a blend of savory dried herbs that bring an earthy flavor to savory dishes. Originating from the Middle East, it also features some of the best Middle Eastern spices in one blend.
Cooking Tips: This classic Middle Eastern seasoning blend is more versatile than it seems. Use it for a variety of dishes, not just Middle Eastern ones. This potent spice works best with vegetables, meat, seafood, breads, pastas, and dips. Also try: Greek seasoning, Italian seasoning, and rotisserie chicken seasoning.
I'm pleased with the spice. I add it to a lot of things, getting more use out of it than I expected. I have cut down on salt, so I got this brand because it doesn't have salt as an ingredient.
This spice mix is delicious. I use it on everything from stews to rice to sandwiches to popcorn.
After reading much about Za'atar blends, I decided to give this one a try. I love love love this seasoning and find (like seemingly everyone else out there) that it adds interest and zip to simple dishes: grilled/roasted vegetables, cooked beans, soups, salads, even a simple bagel with cream cheese!
I use zaatar on practically everything.
I had never heard of this spice until a few weeks ago when I saw an article about making the perfect scrambled eggs. I ordered the spice and so far have been well pleased. I have used it in scrambled eggs and in various vegetables.