3 Reviews

Wonderful Fatoush. Followed the recipe with the exception of adding fresh peas and finely diced preserved lemon - I am a big fan of preserved lemon. Served with shredded chicken that I had prepared by rubbing b/s chicken breasts with ras-al-hanout and sauteing.When they had rested a bit I finger shred the meat and served with harissa dip and toasted pita. Some dipped their chicken in the harissa and forked their salads, some made wonderful sandwiches. Dynamite Fatoush!

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CampChatsworthCook May 14, 2010

This salad was really good. I used the store bought pita chips on it.

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sammymahmood January 10, 2009

This was pretty good. I love cilantro but just didn't like it in this salad, so next time I will omit it or use half the amount. It's a beautiful salad, very colorful! I thought it needed more lemon juice, so I did add more, and even a splash of vinegar. It's not exactly what I was looking for, but a great start. Thanks for a recipe I can work with, Carla! :) Oh, I did try a bowl of it with Feta added and it's quite good! (I didn't have the pita bread.)

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MissJennifer July 06, 2006
Lebanese Fatoush Salad