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|Zaatar (thyme) Swirls|
A quick, tasty, and fun appetizer that will please anyone including the little ones! Zaatar mix is rolled in a doughand and cut into swirls. Zaatar is an herby mixture of thyme, sumac and sesame popluar in Syria.
makes 20-24 swirls
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