Fattoush Salad

"Fattoush" comes from the word "Fatteh" which means "crumbled bread" in Arabic. Similar to panzanella, fattoush contains crispy day-old bread, in this case, pita bread, making it a great alternative to letting food go to waste. It's basically a fried/toasted bread salad made the Mediterranean way, using fresh vegetables and herbs with a tasty dressing


Salad Dressing

Combination of pomegranate molasses, sumac, lemon juice, garlic, olive oil and some salt brings an amazing flavor to the simple Middle Eastern salad.

The key ingredient for this dressing is the sumac. It's a deep red spice made from grinding sumac berries and has a tart flavor.

How to make Fattoush Salad

1. Prep veggies: Wash, dry, chop lettuce, herbs, cucumber, tomatoes, onion, bell pepper & radishes. Toss in bowl. 2. Fry pita: Tear into pieces. Heat olive oil, toast with salt until crispy..

3. Pour the dressing - Pour the dressing over the salad and gently toss to combine. 4. Final touches - Add the crispy pita to the salad and gently toss again.

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