Za'atar is used as a seasoning for meats and vegetables or even sprinkled onto hummus. It is also eaten with labneh (yogurt drained to make a tangy, creamy cheese), and bread and olive oil for breakfast, most commonly in Jordan, Palestine, Israel, Syria, and Lebanon, as well as other places in the Arab world.
The Zaatar Herb (Hyssop) Plant - Native to the Mediterranean but Flavors Differ between Sub-regions. The herb plant Zaatar is sometimes referred to as the Middle-Eastern or Syrian Oregano and sometimes translated from the Arabic to English as Wild Thyme.
Ingredients: herbs, sumac, sesame and ground spices