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i love this! I used it on fish and also to make sauce. I would like to use it on fresh tomatoes next time. I also might fill it in jars and give it away together with a recipe. Thank you for sharing. Made for Ramadan Tag Game 2010

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Iceland August 19, 2010

This has great flavour! DH and I enjoyed this on your "Za'atar Tomatoes". I am looking forward to using this on meats and veggies. Thank you for sharing this yummy spice mixture. Made for African Recipe Fun.

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luvcook'n January 25, 2010

Very nice! I took Rita's cue and used it as a dipping sauce for toasted French bread. I enjoyed it. Thanks!

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Sharon123 December 16, 2007

Another great blend...I spinkled mine over steamed green beans, simple yet so tasty. Thanks for sharing :)

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Stardustannie August 06, 2007

This is a relatively low-sodium (salt) seasoning, which was a lrge attraction for me. It also contains my favorite herb thyme. The combination of the thyme and lemon I knew I would like, but the toasted sesame flavor blends in well, too. I've used it so far in stir-fries and pilaf and to both it provides a nice accent.

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echo echo June 22, 2007

Yum! I roasted some potatoes with some of this sprinkled on top, and they tasted wonderful. I like that it doesn't have a lot of salt in it compared to the other ingredients, and I wasn't sure if I would be able to find sumac either. I can't wait to try this with couscous or hummus. Or on top of chicken. Or with green beans . . .

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CraftScout June 08, 2007

I do enjoy this which I made with home grown dried herbs. Served on pita with hummus, and also served with olive oil as a spread. Like you would Italian bread dipped into evoo and garlic.

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Rita~ November 06, 2006
My Own Za'atar