MarnaMaria Spices & Herbs
Middle Eastern Herb Blend
This herb and tangy flavored blend is perfect for dipping with olive oil and bread
Za’atar comes from the Arabic word for thyme. This tangy mixture combines dried thyme, sumac, sesame seeds, and other spices and herbs to create its distinctive flavor. Different countries throughout the Middle East have varying blends. Travelers to the Middle East can find Za’atar in everything: croissants, breakfast scrambled eggs, and even beer.
Za’atar can be used in many dishes but is commonly eaten on its own with bread and oil, referred to as “ziet and za’atar.” Here, one first dips their flatbread into oil and then into the dried za’atar spice. It can also be used to flavor meat or chicken dishes or to flavor maneesh (a type of flatbread pizza cooked with za’atar and cheese).
Packing Sizes and Dimensions
Sample Envelope (1/4 cup) - 27 grams / 0.95 oz.
Signature Glass Jar (1/2 cup) - 58 grams / 1.76 oz.
Stand Up Pouch (3/4 cup) - 87 grams / 3.07 oz.
Bulk Bag (2 cups) - 116 grams / 4.09 oz.
Bulk Bag (4 cups) - 464 grams / 16.37 oz.
Sumac, Thyme, Sesame Seeds, Marjoram, Anise, Coriander, Fennel, Cumin, and other herbs and spices
Made in Hawaii with domestic and imported ingredients