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Wonderful!! I also used the savory. So far tried in Cucumber Yogurt Za'atar Salad (How I Like It ). I would make this again.
I love zaatar! growing up my mom would open a container of Pillsbury biscuit's spread on the EVOO and Za'atar and bake and yum yum yum! The smell was all over the house and it was delicious!
Lord knows I can use some mind clearing! Whatever the metaphysical effects, this is worth making for the flavor. Terrific on pitas or warm bread. Thanks, Ev!
evelyn/athens, I prepared a half-batch of your zaatar mix so I'd have it to use in chia's vegetable tagine. This is such a lovely blend of spices...adds a lot of depth. I used savory rather than thyme, and was pleased as punch to have a great use for the really big bag of sumac I bought recently. I can see sprinkling your zaatar over all manner of dishes. It'd be great in scrambled eggs or as the main spice for a quiche coupled with zucchini, spinach, and swiss. Wow, I'm now ready to go make breakfast and it's only just past dinner time! :) Thanks for posting.
Never had this seasoning before and it's excellent. I had all the individual spices on hand and needed just 1/2 tsp of zaatar for Mizzy's Lentil Salad #89654. I made just a small amount using the ingredients proportionately and loved the remaining seasoning mixed with the olive oil and spread on toasted bread. What a treat.
Delicious, great spice mix! Came out perfect and will use this recipe for sure!
Prepared and used for Za'atar Bread Rolls (Manaiesh Bi Za'atar) #142472
Thank a lot Evelyn!
Anything, well almost anything to sharpen my kids' minds. I made this and seasoned their favorite breakfast toast; cottage cheese and toast with it. Of course a little studying wouldn't hurt. Thanks for sharing. Oh sorry, very tastey, kids like it better then the seasoning I usually use.
Besides strengthening and clearing the mind it awakens the taste buds. Thanks for posting this delish yummy condiment!