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  • Makes

    10–15

    flatbreads
    • Difficulty

      Easy

Appears in

Morito

By Samantha Clark and Samuel Clark

Published 2014

  • About

Za’atar is the name of a wild herb indigenous to the Middle East that tastes somewhere in between thyme and savory and is believed to promote strength. In the Lebanon, a blend of dried za’atar, toasted sesame seeds and ground sumac berries is mixed with olive oil and spread on flatbread called man’oushe. Man’oushe hot off the grill, rolled and stuffed with tomato, cucumber, black olives and mint, was one of our culinary highlights of Beirut. If you can’t get za’atar or sumac, we recommend a

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