- 1 tsp honey
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- 125ml tomato juice
- 50ml vodka
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- 1 tbsp lemon juice
- 25ml sweet sherry
- few drops chilli oil
Dip the rims of six shot glasses in honey. Tip the za’atar out onto a plate then turn the rims of the glasses around in the za’atar to coat the very edges.
Mix all of the other ingredients together in a jug including a couple of handfuls of ice. Stir until the outside of the jug feels cold. Remove the ice with a slotted spoon then carefully pour the mixture into the prepared glasses then spoon a few drops of chilli oil on top of each one. Serve with warm flatbread, olive oil, more za’atar, olives and pickled chillies if you like.