You already know that I have a special place in my heart for flatbreads. Manakeesh is one of them. It is a popular Levantine (referring to a large area in the Eastern Mediterranean) flatbread typically eaten for breakfast. Delicious and crispy homemade dough is topped with a za'atar and olive oil (there is another version with cheese, and it's about to come). The traditional shape of this pita is round but I decided to open the dough a little different. If you want the classic shape simply roll the balls to a thin pita, using a rolling pin.
Enjoy it with Labaneh cheese and fresh sliced vegetables.