This plump and juicy Za’atar Roast Chicken Roast will make you feel like you have been teleported to the Middle East.
In this Za’atar Roast Chicken Recipe, with clementine, rosemary, parsley and garlic, the plump and juicy chicken will make you feel like you have been teleported to the Middle East.
Za’atar, a Middle Eastern herb-and-spice blend, can still be hard to find in the supermarket, so make your own by combining sumac, sesame seeds, thyme, coriander, oregano and cumin.
You can buy sumac, a garnet-coloured lemony spice, in Middle Eastern markets or online, but the rest of the ingredients are most likely already on your spice rack, and leaving out one or two of them is perfectly fine.
The beautiful and functional serving platter featured in this recipe is the Studio Blue Chalk Round Platter by Denby Pottery. Handcrafted from high quality, locally-sourced clay and expertly glazed to enhance durability, it can be used for serving bruschetta and deli meats, as well as a joint or bird as the centrepiece of a roast dinner.