Top Rated Fattoush Recipes

fattoush israeli salad
A fresh and vibrant salad filled with spring vegetable blooms and allergy-friendly ingredients right in your bowl.This recipe is provided by Enjoy Life.
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anon-8r1kiqb2ngtl@base.google.com (Sobeys)
Are you looking for easy and recipes? Then try our Sobeys Fattoush recipe - perfect for your taste buds.
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Judy Lockhart, Cooking Light SEPTEMBER 2006
Fattoush (fah-TOOSH) is the Middle Eastern version of bread salad, made with torn bits of pita and lots of late-summer vegetables. This version is a main dish, thanks to the addition of chicken and kidney beans.
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DFOODS
This light salad of Lebanese origin is a big favorite. Crunchy fried pita chips add delightful taste and texture. And a lemon and white wine vinegar dressing makes a snappy, light lunch or dinner.
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Anissa Helou
This tart and refreshing Lebanese salad is very versatile: You can make it with lettuce or purslane, and with or without bread. The fresh herbs are important not only to add flavor but also to hold the ground sumac that gives the dish its distinctive taste.
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Nancy Harmon Jenkins
The ingredients in this tasty salad vary with the seasons. Purslane, used in the summer, is replaced by romaine lettuce in winter. Other vegetables that are sometimes added include radishes, blanched cauliflower, pickled cucumbers and bitter greens.
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Chickee
I love this Syrian salad, it makes a great summer barbeque addition to spiced kebabs. From SBS Food Safari.
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polly salama
this is great with any other midlle eastern salads
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mersaydees
Based on a recipe from Soheila Kimberley’s cookbook, Taste of the Middle East. This is a simple peasant salad popular all over Syria and the Lebanon. Although the recipe calls for only 2 tablespoon of each herb, you can add as much as you like based on taste and availability. You may also crush the toasted crisp pita bread in your hand and sprinkle it atop the salad before serving. I find this salad very refreshing.
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~SarahBeth~
From Recipes for an Arabian Night by David Scott. Posted for ZWT6! Traditional Lebanese salad similar to Panzanella in the Italian culture!
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EatingWell
Toasting the pita adds crunch to this bright-tasting salad, and a drizzle of olive oil and a sprinkle of ground sumac—the berry of a bush that grows wild all over Lebanon—add depth. Letting the salad sit for a bit before eating allows the pita to soak up the lemony dressing.
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Sunset APRIL 2003
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