Za’atar roasted carrots served with feta dip and topped with fresh mint and date syrup. The perfect flavorful veggie dish to serve as a side dish or appetizer.
Za’atar Roasted Carrots with Feta Dip
These roasted za’atar carrots are packed with so much delicious flavor, and are a fun way to change up your veggie game. They’re seasoned with za’atar spice, cumin, and salt & pepper, and have a natural sweetness once they’re baked.
Serve them with a simple feta dip and top them with fresh herbs and date syrup for one of the best flavor combinations.
These roasted carrots have the perfect middle eastern touch. The za’atar adds delicious savory flavor along with fresh mint, parsley, and the savory feta dip.
I love them with a side of salmon and salad for a simple weeknight meal.
Za’atar is one of my favorite middle-eastern spice blends. It’s a mix of toasted sesame seeds, sumac, thyme, marjoram, and a few other spices. I love using it on fish, roasted veggies, or even on eggs.
How to make Za’atar Roasted Carrots
Here’s what you’ll need:
- spices: zaatar, cumin, salt & pepper
- olive oil
- fresh mint & parsley
- date syrup or honey, to drizzle on top
Peel and slice your carrots, then toss them in the olive oil and spices. Bake them for about 30 minutes on 400 F until they’re tender.
Serve them over a simple feta dip, then garnish with the fresh herbs, olive oil and date syrup.
This recipe is easily one of my favorites to date. You can serve it as a side dish, dinner party appetizer, or weekend snack. I can’t wait for you all to try it!