Za'atar Marinated Tomato Salad

Total Time
20mins
Prep 10 mins
Cook 10 mins

Pieces of Tomato soaked in vinegar and olive oil. Roma tomatoes are firm but I use whatever tomatoes I have on hand. After we eat out the ingredients I just add more tomatoes to the left over dressing. It stays good for wile like this and can save time during Ramadan or busy weeks. Don't use a watery balsamic for this.

Ingredients Nutrition

Directions

  1. *The feta and the zaatar have their own salt so add salt at the end for your own taste.
  2. Chop tomatoes in fours.
  3. Chop parsley.
  4. Crumble up the feta.
  5. Put olive oil, vinegar, spices, parsley,garlic in blender and blend on high speed to creat an emulsion and mix the flavors together.
  6. In a large bowl pour the emulsion and then add the chopped tomatoes and feta.
  7. Mix well to incorporate.
  8. Pour everything into a small Tupperware container with lid.
  9. Chill in the fridge to meld the flavors 2-24 hours.
  10. Serve with pita or crusty bread.
Most Helpful

5 5

My, this smells good! And tastes good, too. Through some quirk of the Japanese marketing system, I found a package of Za'atar in my local supermarket. Then, I found some perfect small tomatoes. What I wasn't able to find was feta cheese, so this review is for the salad without cheese. Actually, although I did think of adding other things, I left it as just tomatoes. It is delicious. Thank you very much for sharing this lovely recipe with us.

5 5

Perfection! And just what the doctor ordered, a nice, cooling, tomato salad, on a hot summer day! I just ate this for my whole dinner it was so good. I had some white balsamic vinegar, and it was so tasty, I could of slurped up the dressing on it's own. I made my own Za'tar mix, so this really turned out great. Made for ZWT Zee Zesties!

5 5

This was great. DH isn't a fan of raw tomatoes or feta but he really enjoyed this. Made for ZWT6