Za'atar-Roasted Carrots with Labne
The za'atar we know (available at Whole Foods) is a blend of ground sumac, sesame seeds, salt, and the dried, ground za'atar plant. It's slightly sour and slightly earthy, a bit like dried marjoram but completely unique. You can also sprinkle it over hummus, roasted chicken, or grilled flatbread. Labne is Greek yogurt to the extreme, drained of almost all its liquid until very thick. Serve with the carrots for a cool, creamy, tangy contrast.
Recipe by Cooking Light April 2016
Credit: Christopher Testani Styling: Kaitlyn Du Ross Walker
135 calories; fat 8.4g; saturated fat 2.3g; mono fat 4.1g; poly fat 0.7g; protein 2g; carbohydrates 12g; fiber 3g; cholesterol 10mg; iron 1mg; sodium 244mg; calcium 76mg; sugars 6g.