The Spice Way - Real Zaatar with Hyssop spice blend | 4 oz | No...
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The Spice Way - Real Zaatar with Hyssop spice blend | 4 oz | (No Thyme that is used as an hyssop substitute). With sumac. No Additives, No Perservatives, (Za'atar/zatar/zahtar/zahatar/za atar)DID YOU KNOW THAT THE MAIN INGREDIENT IN TRADITIONAL ZA'ATAR IS HYSSOP?
Most Zaatar spice blends that are sold here in the U.S. contains Thyme or Oregano as a substitute just because it is cheaper.
HYSSOP IS THE HERB THAT IS ASSOCIATED WITH ZA'ATAR THE MOST AND IS KNOWN FOR THE HEALTH BENEFITS ASSOCIATED WITH ZA'ATAR. WE GROW IT ON OUR FARM IN THE MIDDLE EAST AND IMPORT IT TO THE U.S.
This popular Middle Eastern spice blend adds a unique savory flavor to baked goods, cheese spreads, salads and dips.
Dazzle your family and friends with this simple to use spice that will upgrade any party with it's unique and exotic flavor. Just add or sprinkle on top - and you are done.
GENERAL ZA'ATAR RECIPE: (you can see the image at the top of the screen)
Mix 2 tbsp Za'atar and 1 tbsp olive oil
Apply evenly on slices of bread
Put in the oven at 350F for 15 min.
- ZA'ATAR - a traditional blend made of hyssop, sumac and sesame seeds. The combination of hyssop and sumac is responsible for many of the health benefits associated with za'atar.Every blend of spices without hyssop and sumac is not real zaatar. The use of oregano, thyme and wheat were designed to try and create zataar without the rare hyssop. After you will try it, you will never look back..
- HOW TO USE - Use recipes below or just use ot upgrade your dips and salads with an exotic savory taste. Very easy to use by adding olive oil and use as a dip, sprinkle on soft cheese, labneh, humus or just add to salad.
- A TRADITIONAL RECIPE - we are using our vast 30 years of experience to master the right ingredients and proportions of this traditional blend.
- DON'T SETTLE FOR SUBSTITUTES - contains genuine Hyssop grown in our farm, also known as the zahtar herb.
- FARM TO TABLE - The Spice Way farm grows herbs and spices using traditional methods including sundry and handpick to ensure high quality.