What does Zaatar spice taste like?
No matter what you call it, it tastes wonderfully nutty and spicy. It is also a popular mix in the Middle East, North Africa, and Turkey traditionally used to season baked flatbread. To do this, mix the spice preparation in a little olive oil and then spread it on pita bread before baking.
What is Za'atar spice good for?
Zatar, our North African spice and herb blend is traditionally mixed with olive oil to make a paste. Our mixture contains a little bit of salt, so you don't have to season it anymore, and it tastes round. Give them fresh, crispy flatbread to soak in the paste.
The Zahtar paste is also suitable for marinating meat, poultry, grilled vegetables, or grilled cheese.
Zatar is also suitable for vegetarian seasoning dishes, the acidity of sumac and the nutty aroma of sesame goes well with grilled or braised vegetables.
Roasted Zahtar goes well with making herb herbs for your barbecue evening. First, roast Za'tar and let it cool briefly before mixing it into the butter. Roll up the butter and temporarily put it in the fridge so that it hardens again, and you can cut it into thaler.
The roasted Zahtar also fits very well in a quark dip for vegetable sticks. Try it, and our mixture will inspire you.
To intensify the aroma of our Zahtar, put it in a fat-free pan before use and roast it slowly at a medium setting until the sesame turns brown and exudes a delicate fragrance.
Composition: We make our Zatar spice preparation from oregano, thyme, sumac, sesame, salt (3%).
Allergens: May contain traces of celery and mustard.
Storage of spices
Please transfer the spices to clean, airtight containers. You may use glasses with screw caps. Please always store all spices and mixtures in the dark (protected from the sun), cold (15 ° C), and dry.