Zaatar is the Arabic word for wild thyme (hyssop) and is also used (most commonly) to refer to a blend of herbs. Pronounced as ‘zah-tahr’.
Woodsy, earthy, and highly aromatic, this za’atar recipe has a unique, pungent flavour profile unlike any other spice. Use on fish, roasted vegetables, soup garnishes and much more.
One pan Za’atar Pork Tenderloin, Sweet Potato & Cauliflower is a quick and healthy meal the whole family will love. Packed with lean protein and loads of family-loving vegetables.
A little Za’atar seasoning and some labna turn carrots from bland to wow in this recipe. Roasted carrots are such an easy side dish and they get even sweeter when roasted.
Garden fresh Zucchini makes a suprisingly tasty soup with pork.
A delicious Arabic inspired dish, this eggah is loaded with onions, garlic, zucchini and of course, eggs. The eggs are whisked with milk to make them fluffy.
Can be fried, baked, or air-fried to give you the perfect appetizer for any occasion. So EASY, go with everything and are only 2 net carbs each.
Zucchini noodles can stand in for much more than spaghetti.
Made with strips of grilled zucchini stuffed with a basil-cheese filling, then rolled and topped with marinara, mozzarella and baked in the oven until the cheese is hot and melted.
A great appetizer idea and finger food for parties or small family gatherings, these are simply delicious.
This rich Italian soup is just the best on a cold, wintery day.
This is a German traditional dish for autumn when there are new season onions.