Za‚Äôatar, originated in Lebanon, is a staple in the world of Middle Eastern cooking. Unlike any spice blend you‚Äôve ever tried, this historically coveted mixture has quite the unique flavor to it. The tangy, vinegar-like flavors of sumac pair effortlessly with more recognizable spices such as thyme, oregano, sesame seed, and basil.
Common Ways to Consume
Za‚Äôatar can be paired deliciously with a lot of different food choices. It is commonly used with flatbread and olive oil, for a quick and easy, yet unique treat. But aside from bread, za‚Äôatar joins well with chicken, seafood, and vegetables. Roasting carrots with za‚Äôatar and oil is a match made in heaven. Even more ways to consume this blend, are dips! Next time you serve hummus or french onion dip, try sprinkling some za‚Äôatar on top.
Recipe: Rice Za'atar
Recipe: Za'atar and Lemon Grilled Chicken
Kosher Sea Salt*
|Lebanese, Middle Eastern, Mediterranean
Country of Origin
|Handling / Storage
|Store in a cool, dry place
|Servings Per 4 Ounce
|Approximately 35 servings