Glossary Z

The food glossary +++ 'Zalivnoe', 'Zaatar', 'Zamin doz machhli'
Zarzamora is the Spanish word for "blackberry"; a wild blackberry.
Zik de Venado refers to a Yucatan dish of venison cooked in a pit, then served with sour oranges, chilies, onions and cilantro. Yucatan is one of the states of Mexico.
Zaanse Mosterd refers to Dutch coarse ground grainy mustard. Zaanse Mosterd is an excellent choice of condiment or in soups, sandwiches, sauces and dressings.
Zabalin is the Burmese word for lemon grass.
Zhuta refers to the specialty of Kazakhstan that is similar to Hunon . Zhuta is a rolled, ring-shaped dough mat filled with carrots and pumpkin.
Zartar Blend refers to a herb and spice blend from Lebanon. A blend of zaatar (a marjoram-like herb), sumac bark and chick peas or sesame seeds. It is common in foods from the Middle East. Zartar Blend can be found in Middle Eastern food shops or spice stores.