Monday, July 7, 2008

Fattoush (Mom's Way)

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1 pita, cut into small squares.
1 medium lettuce, chopped.
3 large tomatoes, chopped.
1/2 -1 cup parsley, chopped.
1/2-1 cup mint, chopped.
2 medium Lebanese cucumbers, chopped.
1 medium carrot, shredded
2-3 scallions, sliced (Optional).
1/2 cup black olives.
1/2 cup green olives.

Dressing:
2 Tablespoon olive oil.
Juice of two lemon.
Salt to taste.

1)Preheat oven to 350 F, place pita on a baking sheet,& bake until crisp, about 10 minutes.

2)Add all ingredients to bowl, mix until combined. Drizzle with dressing, top with pita chips.

Best made just before serving.

20 comments:

meeso said...

Yummy, I LOVE Fattoush!!! It looks so tempting!

Jeena said...

Your mothers way looks lovely and is so healthy too.

Cynthia said...

I've heard of fattoush but never realised that it's like a salad. Thanks for the introduction.

[eatingclub] vancouver || js said...

I've been curious about fattoush and now finally I have a recipe! Thanks for sharing.

JennDZ - The Leftover Queen said...

Fattoush is one of my favorite salads of all times! There are so many great flavors going on there and it is always so crunchy and fresh!

Red said...

I love fattoush salad. Forget salad, it's a blessed meal. People request me to make this when I go somewhere for dinner.

They can't seem to get the ratio of lemon juice to olive oil just right. And they never salt it enouugh.

did I mention that I love this salad?!?!

maimoona said...

Nice blog,I love arabic food and was thinking of making kabsa from long time; got a nice recipe from ur blog,will try it soon
Ur salad looks great.

Sorina said...

You have a nice blog...keep up the good job:)

Mariajaan said...

I love your blog. Hope that you will have the patience and time to continue for very long time.

haleysuzanne said...

I love fattoush! I always eat more than my due share, because it's just so good.

I have a surprise for you on my blog; please stop by!

Helene said...

This is my all-time favorite salad. I usually add sumac to the dressing.

culinarytravelsofakitchengoddess said...

I adore fattoush, it's such a vibrant thing to eat. This looks a fabulous version.

Anthony said...

I *heart* fattoush!

Aliyah said...

Salaam Alaykum girls!

Can you post a recipe for Mutbaq, please? I had it only once when I was in Saudi and remember liking it. I wanna learn how to make it now. Sadly, the internet doesn't seem to have very many mutbaq recipes! :(

Arabic Bites said...

Thanks everyone for the comments.

Haley,
Thank you so much for the award,we really appreciate it.

Aliyah,
My sister meedo post a recipe for Mtabaq last year but it's was the light version of Mtabaq.we will try to post recipes for other version soon.
zainab :)

Aliyah said...

Alrighty, Thanks a lot!!!

Arabic Bites said...

Aliyah,
You're so welcome :)

zainab

Julie said...

I like the addition of olives! (Just found your blog and I'm glad to have found it. Lots of good and interesting things here.)

Arabic Bites said...

julie,
welcome & keep visiting.

zainab :)

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