Paleo Lebanese Zaatar (Za’atar) Bread

Paleo Lebanese Zaatar (Za'atar) Bread

Zaatar (wild Thyme mix) is to Lebanon what Peanut Butter is to America. As a Dip: Mix 2 Zaatar tablespoons with 2-4 olive oil tablespoons into a paste that you can use as a dip with pita bread, or as a spread on sandwiches. Paleo Recipes. Za’atar seasoning is fragrant and tangy with just a hint of nuttiness.

In the final installment of our food lover’s alphabet, Z is for za’atar, a Middle Eastern spice mix. Another common way of serving it is in a bowl, alongside a dish of olive oil and mound of bread – inviting diners to tear off a chunk of bread, dip it in the oil and then in the spice blend. Bart Zatar, available in Tesco and Waitrose, 4/40g. Delicious and easy flatbread, with or without Za’atar! Other blends are often used, and it can also be spelled Zahtar, Zaatar or Zatar. I remember the first time I had it, at a Lebanese festival where men had heated overturned woks and were toasted bread smeared with za’atar and olive oil on these woks, over wood fires. Recipe for Very Greek Grilled Chicken (Low-Carb, Paleo, Gluten-Free). Here, the lamb is tenderized by yogurt, a classic Greek pairing that’s given a little Middle Eastern zing with a spice rub that includes the dried thyme-and-sumac mixture called za’atar (available at Middle Eastern specialty markets such as Shemali’s in the District, 202-686-7070, and Yekta in Rockville, 301-984-1190).

Za’atar is a spice blend common in Middle Eastern food. Lebanese flatbread, topped with fragrant za’atar, tomatoes, olives, mint and pickled turnips 31. 446088 Zestuous Grilled Zaatar Pork – Perfectly moist pork loin crusted with flavor. Fattoush is a Lebanese Crumbled Bread Salad that’s flavored with lemon juice and Sumac. Huge fan of fattoush salad, I have always added Zaatar in addition to the sumac. I do know about Za’atar, just never used it in Fattoush. Recipe for Very Greek Grilled Chicken (Low-Carb, Paleo, Gluten-Free).


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