Zahtar product information
January 2 2017

Zahtar has a unique taste that pleasantly surprises the senses for several seconds after each bite. Zahtar can be added to a piece of multi grain whole bread and extra virgin olive oil. The one side effect of zahtar is that it can lead to eat more olive oil which can fatten.
Zahtar is a mixture of herbs and spices used as a condiment with Middle Eastern origins. The name of the spice mixture shares the Arabic name of the herb used as the main ingredient.

Zahtar ingredients
Delicious Middle Eastern herbal mix with Thyme leaves, Oregano leaves, Sesame seeds, Salt, Soy oil, and Sumac.

Suggested Use: Mix Zahtar with olive oil, or a combination of olive oil and a small amount of flax seed oil. This can be spread on any kind of bread for a healthy and tasty snack. Zahtar can also be added to many different dishes, including egg omelet, salads, soups, stir fries, etc…. use your imagination.

Spelling
Zaatar can also be spelled in a variety of ways, including zatar, zahtar, zahatar, etc. Zatar seems to be more popular than zahatar.

Zaatar condiment botanical names
Q.  I saw your article in the internet about Zahtar condiment. Can you be nice and give me the botanic name of sumac and thyme used to prepare the Zahtar. This will help me to find in Philippines these plants to prepare my Zahtar.
A. Sumac has a variety of botanical names, so we are not sure. Thyme is Thymus.

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