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Thyme Extra

AED 70,00



Thyme mixed with sumac and roasted sesame.

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Zaatar is usually mixed with olive oil It is staple in the lebanese diet. It is also used in manakeesh.

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Weight 0,500 kg
Net Weight

550 Grams

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DescriptionThyme mixed with sumac and roasted sesame.Used in a lot in Lebanese traditional cuisine.Durum wheat ground into coarse, fine grains.Reddish brown sour powder obtained from the grinding of the berries of a wild plant.Mix of different herbs.Durum wheat ground into coarse, fine grains.
ContentZaatar is usually mixed with olive oil It is staple in the lebanese diet. It is also used in manakeesh.Used in a lot in Lebanese cuisine, but mostly in traditional dish called Mjaddara.Burgul is a staple ingredient in the Lebanese diet. The different grades are used for different purposes in the cuisine.Sumac is stored in nylon bags and in low humidity places. It is mainly mixed with thyme to give it a sour flavor. It is added to some Lebanese dishes as Fattoush. It is also used to season salads, stuffing, fried eggs and grilled fish or meat.Used as a warm drink.Burgul is a staple ingredient in the Lebanese diet. The different grades are used for different purposes in the cuisine.
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Weight 0,500 kg
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550 Grams

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1 Kg

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Weight 0,500 kg
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550 Grams

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200 Grams

Weight 1,00 kg
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