Palestinian Zaatar

Palestinian Zaatar

Zaatar is a popular Middle Eastern herb blend that is widely used in Palestinian cuisine. It is a combination of dried thyme, roasted sesame seeds, sumac, and pink salt. In Palestinian dishes, zaatar is used in various ways in Zaatar Manakish which is a traditional Palestinian flatbread topped with Zaatar, Zaatar Sandwiches, Zaatar Dips, Zaatar Chicken, Zaatar Salad Dressing, Zaatar Roasted Vegetables.
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How to use it

In Palestinian dishes, zaatar is used in various ways:

1. Zaatar Manakish: Manakish is a traditional Palestinian flatbread topped with zaatar. The dough is rolled out, spread with a mixture of zaatar and olive oil, and then baked until golden and crispy.

2. Zaatar Sandwiches: Zaatar can be used as a filling in sandwiches along with other ingredients such as cucumbers, tomatoes, and olives. It provides a unique and aromatic flavor to the sandwich.

3. Zaatar Dips: Zaatar can be mixed with olive oil and used as a dip for bread or as a spread for sandwiches. It can also be combined with labneh (strained yogurt) to make a creamy zaatar dip.

4. Zaatar Chicken: Zaatar is often used as a marinade for chicken. The chicken is coated with a mixture of zaatar, olive oil, yogurt, garlic, and lemon juice, and then baked or grilled to perfection.

5. Zaatar Salad Dressing: Zaatar can be incorporated into salad dressings to add depth and flavor. It can be mixed with olive oil, lemon juice, garlic, and honey to make a tangy and aromatic dressing for salads.

6. Zaatar Roasted Vegetables: Vegetables such as potatoes, carrots, and eggplant can be tossed with zaatar, olive oil, and salt before roasting. This adds a delicious and unique flavor to the vegetables.

Ingredients : Thyme, Palestinian Sumac, Roasted Sesame Seeds, Pink Salt and Dried Marjoram