It’s an ancient herb, condiment, dip, cultural spice blend.
Za'atar is most frequently used as a table condiment, dusted on food on its own, or stirred into some olive oil as a dip for soft, plush flatbreads. Za'atar is sprinkled on hummus or eaten with labneh (a popular Middle Eastern cheese). Za'atar also makes a superb dry rub for roasted chicken, fish or lamb, as well as on firm or starchy vegetables like cauliflower or potatoes. In Lebanon, za'atar is most often associated with breakfast. Try to sprinkle our Dandelion Kitchen’s Zaatar Love ( Lebanese/Israeli style on eggs, oatmeal, or yogurt. It can be used as a savory balance to the sweetness of an oven roasted winter squash and as a secret ingredient in big hearty soups. You can pair with popcorn for a surprisingly new flavor.
Gluten Free, Vegan, Paleo, Sugar Free.