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    These Za'atar Rolls are the BEST!

    NcMysteryShopper
    Fri Sep 22, 2006 8:55 am
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    Cookgirl's Za'atar Bread Rolls (Manaiesh Bi Za'atar) are sooooo GOOD!!!!! They are so light and fluffy and the Za'atar mixture on the top really works well. I made half a dozen rolls for KC's lunch box this week and will be making more! I proofed the yeast and then added everything to the bread machine. When the cycle was completely finished - I shaped them into rolls and let them sit covered for about 10 minutes and then popped them in the oven after smearing them with the Za'atar (thanks Toni Gifford!) and olive oil.

    Cookgirl
    Fri Sep 22, 2006 10:18 am
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    WoW!

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    Hajar Elizabeth
    Sun Sep 24, 2006 7:18 pm
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    They do look wonderful and are found all over the Maghreb and ME. The only difference being that the word zaatar in Morocco simply means thyme and not a spice blend. Everywhere else it refers to this sort of spice blend, hence in Morocco we used only thyme and these are nearly always shop purchased as most do not have an oven.

    Just a note on the many and varied differences in the cuisine on this board. Wonderful! icon_biggrin.gif I think we are lucky to have a forum covering these widely varied yet similar cuisines!

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    Cookgirl
    Sun Sep 24, 2006 7:24 pm
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    By the way, thank you for the professioanl quality photo!
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