Za’atar is a staple in Middle Eastern cuisine and has become popular in the U.S. Use on meats such as chicken and lamb, bake on flatbread, or swirl into plain yogurt with a drizzle of olive oil. Low Salt.
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Homemade Naan with Za'atar
I had a fabulous lunch at a Middle Eastern/Greek/Turkish restaurant in Washington, D.C. This is my rendition of their naan served with a seasoned Greek yogurt. Although this seems like a lot of work, it is relatively easy and the result is so utterly delicious, it is worth the every bit of effort.