Mymouné zaatar is made to a recipe typical to the mountainous region of Lebanon where the company is based. Try zaatar the traditional way by mixing with olive oil to form a runny paste - then brush onto flatbread, heat and roll it up to eat. Flatbreads of this type are called manoushi, and are a popular snack and breakfast food in Lebanon and Syria. Also try using zaatar in marinades and dry rubs for lamb, chicken and fish.
Mymouné zaatar is an all-natural blend of wild dried thyme, mildly roasted sesame seeds, sumac and salt. Zaatar is a quintessential Middle Eastern spice blend, and apart from thyme the exact ingredients of zaatar can vary almost from household to household.