Found across the Middle East, this aromatic spice is a mixture of thyme, wild oregano, sesame seeds and sumac. It’s rich, woodsy flavor reminds many of home. Use za’atar, as you would other herbs, while cooking; or mix it with olive oil or yogurt to create a dip for warm breads.
Flavor Notes +
Aromatic, woodsy + rich
Use on fish and poultry, potatoes and cauliflower garnish when baking breads and flatbreads, on yogurt, eggs and olive oil