Za’atar the spice blend is a mixture of dried za’atar leaves (the hyssop of the Bible, also known as Syrian marjoram) together with a combination of other ingredients: sesame seeds, sumac, olive oil, sea salt.
Sindyanna of Galilee’s fair trade za’atar mix is produced in a traditional way from shade dried za’atar leaves that are grown in the Galilee. The company uses a unique recipe that adds high quality roasted organic sesame seeds, sea salt, sumac and organic olive oil to the ground leaves. This jar contains 2.8oz or 80 grams of Za’atar
Za’atar is a very popular spice in the local kitchen. It is used as a seasoning for meats and vegetables, and can also be sprinkled on humus or labaneh (yogurt drained to make a tangy creamy cheese), or mixed with olive oil and eaten with pita bread. Many use this spice also on omelets or even in soup.
Product of Israel