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Very nice fatoush, alijen. I used part romaine, and part herb salad. I brushed the pita with olive oil and sprinkled them with salt. Took less time to crisp for me, about 8 min (although maybe that's because I had only 2 rounds crisping rather than 3). Omitted the garlic from the bread this time around, although that'd be lovely I'm sure. Went well with marinated grilled steak. Thanks for posting!

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Heather U. May 14, 2005

This is a wonder 5 star recipe for fatoosh...Very tratditional. The pita bread is traditionally baked or fried, which I prefer the baked method. Never microwaved. Sumac can even be added to give it color and a bit of tartness...Thanks for the recipe.

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chef FIFI December 11, 2004

here is a quick way of cooking the bread 0ne minuet in microwave on high per slice

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Dropbear December 06, 2004
Fattoush- Pita Bread Salad