Thymes Zaatar 0.5 KG
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Traditionally, za’atar is made by drying the wild herb under the sun, which is then blended with salt, sesame seeds and sumac. It is consumed principally with unleavened Arabic bread dipped in olive oil and then the za’atar. Mixing the olive oil and za’atar together makes a spread known as za’atar-wu-zayt or zeit ou za’atar (zeit or zayt, meaning “olive oil” in Arabic). The combination can be spread on a dough base and baked as a bread, in which case it is calledmanakeesh bi zaatar. In Palestine, ka’ak (a soft sesame seed bread, ), is sold in bakeries and by street vendors with za’atar to dip into or with a za’atar filling.
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