Is a Lebanese dish comprising of a flatbread topped with a mixture of za’atar (thyme, oregano, marjoram, toasted sesame seeds, salt, and sometimes sumac & other spices) and olive oil blend. It’s then cooked in the oven until crispy. It’s usually eaten as a breakfast.
– Must be baked as whole cake (you can’t bake a single slice of cake)
– Optional EA green beans, potato and carrot, and icemunmun thyme, KingZace oregano and SCCO cooking oil ingredients (food can still be cooked without)
– Appears in Dine Out restaurant menus as a “Main Course”.
Found in Create Food > Create Homestyle Food