Saatar – Red Thyme – Mix of seeds, spices and nuts – 400 gr

4.90

This mixture is popular in some of the cuisines of Turkey, Syria, Jordan, Lebanon, Israel, the Palestinian Territories and the Maghreb

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This mix is popular in some of the cuisines of Turkey, Syria, Jordan, Lebanon, Israel, the Palestinian Territories and the Maghreb.

This mix is popular in some of the cuisines of Turkey, Syria, Jordan, Lebanon, Israel, the Palestinian Territories and the Maghreb.
Sometimes this mixture can be called: zaatar, zatar or zahatar.
Its flavor is slightly acidic and aromatic.
Combines with many foods.
It is also often used as a condiment in grilled meats and vegetables, and mixed with olive oil (za’atar-ul-zayt or zayt-tu-zaa’tar) forms a paste that is used as a dipping sauce to make sesame rings (ka’k).
In Middle Eastern cuisine Za’atar can be made like a pasta and tiny pizzas are made.
It is served with Arabic bread (pita) smeared with olive oil and zaatar, either toasted or unroasted.
In the fried eggs it is put on top and they are accompanied very well with Arabic bread (pita).
Some people like to soak caak (braided threads of wheat flour with yeast and anise, decorated with sesame seeds) in olive oil and later in zaatar. Also the bread with dry jocoque and sprinkled with zaatar.

Ingredients:
Thyme, wheat, sesame, salt, sumac, fennel, coriander, anise, vegetable oil.

Produced in Jordan.

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