1 round lebanese bread or arab khobs
Brush the bread both sides lightly with olive oil, roll up into a cylinder and cut into strips. Toss strips into a cast iron skillet or non-stick pan, start heat.
Serve immediately, the above makes two serves if served with sliced tomato and lettuce and perhaps a few thin strips of haloumi or fetta cheese.
Zartar is a dried wild thyme and sesame seed and sumak spice mixture, and it adds a lovely flavour to the dish. Other things you could try are: Add a teaspoonful of sesame oil to the EVOO before brushing it on the bread. Add some pine nuts or tiny pumpkin seeds or sesame seeds or sunflower seeds to the pan at the same time as the bread. Add a touch of dried crushed chillies. Try these separately or in combinations, the flavours combine quite well.