Za’atar is a traditional collection of spices culinarily used in Middle Eastern countries. This versatile seasoning can be used in dips and as a seasoning for meat and breads. It has an aromatic smell and a fresh, slightly bitter flavor.
How to Cook with Za’atar
Za’atar is most commonly eaten with fresh pita bread via a process of dipping the bread in olive oil and then dry za’atar. The spice mixture can also be baked directly onto flatbreads or crackers to serve as a flavorful vehicle for dips and spreads. Za’atar is used to season flanks of meat such as lamb or beef and can also be sprinkled atop homemade or store-bought hummus. Zaatar can be incorporated into a simple salad dressing with olive oil, lemon juice and some sea salt.
Also known as zatar, zahatar, satar, or zatr.
Ratings & Reviews
Smells great. Haven't really cooked with it yet.Leslie, Mission Viejo, CA
Great on popcorn.Deborah, Auburn, AL
Delicious.Range, Downey, CA
A lifetime supply of Zaatar (1lb bag) for about the same as I am used to paying for a 4oz jar. What a bargain...and it was awesome on the chicken I grilled last night. Mix with some olive oil and slather it on anything...fish, meat, veggies...whatever.Stephen, Sudbury, VT
Origanum, Sesame, Chickpea, Salt, Mint, Fennel, Coriander, Anise, Cumin, Citric Acid. Packaged in the same facility as peanuts, tree nuts, wheat, soy, and milk products.
Serving size 8g (~0.3 oz.)
|Amount per serving|
|Calories from Fat||9|
Store in a cool dry place for up to 1 year. It is ok to refrigerate.
Country of origin: Turkey