6 Reviews

Oh boy, oh boy, oh boy! The za'atar that I had access to is the Israeli kind -- which, if "green" indicates the color it should be, is quite brown. Nevertheless, this salad was fabulous! Will be making this recipe again and again and again.....

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l'ecole April 07, 2013

this was amazing loved it lots Zarr tour 6

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Dienia B. June 22, 2010

Yes, very much enjoyed for lunch and dinner! It's been so hot, this cool salad is just right! Thanks! Made for ZWT#6 by a Looney Spoon Phoodie!

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Sharon123 June 18, 2010

You say this recipe feeds 2. Ha! Left alone with it for a while, I could polish it off by myself. Za'atar has a sensational flavour. My love affair with this spice blend began in the early 1970s when Palestinian friends first introduced me to it. I made your salad as written, and made a half batch of dressing, which was plenty. Thanks very, very much for posting. I will make this often.

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Leggy Peggy June 13, 2010

What a scrumptious salad! (when I first saw the word "za'atar" I thot it was some sort of RecipeZaar spice LOL) Luckily, we have great food specialty shops in my area so I picked some up there, tho I would like to try it with homeade next time. I did use fresh minced garlic. Thanks for posting Nasseh. Made for ZWT 6.

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Scoutie June 10, 2010

WONDERFUL! I finally got to use my za'atar spice mix. I made this as directed except I subbed hearts of palm for the artichoke hearts. My husband and I both loved it. It's colorful, refreshing and full of flavor and nutrition. Made for the Zaar Tag game.

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Engrossed July 01, 2009
Middle Eastern Salad With Za'atar Dressing