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Delish! I also skipped the bread but I really like the combination of veggies and herbs. I adore the dressing itself. I'm going to make some extra to keep in the fridge and use on other salads as well. Thank you.
Yummy! I did not make this authentic as I left out the pita bread to be gluten free. I used grape tomatoes, English cucumber which I peeled and cut thick slices in half. I did not add the green bell pepper out of preference and used shallots to taste for the onion. I omitted the rocket & purslane/lamb's lettuce as I only had romaine. I used a very good unrefined olive oil masha Allah, freshly squeezed lemon juice, sea salt and the rest. This was served alongside Lebanese Rice With Sharia (Vermicelli) (Gluten Free) with chicken breast marinated in Shoarma Spice Mix as per the recipe & with freshly squeezed lemon juice. I also served Garlic Mayonnaise (Aioli). It was a pretty authentic Lebanese meal I would make again.
This was perfect fattoush! I used romaine lettuce, tomatoes, chopped baby carrots, a peeled cucumber, a half bunch of chopped italian parsley, and for the dressing I used EVOO, lemon juice, salt, garlic and sumac. Instead of frying my pita, I took your advice and broiled them in the oven until crispy... I sprayed them with olive oil before putting them in. They were perfect and crunchy, so much better than the fried version. The other ingredients just weren't on hand, or I didnt know what they were :). I might add chives next time, but other than that I wouldn't change a thing. Thank you!!! DH who is arab was very very impressed :)
This was delicious. I cut the oil down to 3 tbsp and it was fine. I've made it twice this week for lunch! The boyfriend says it's one of the best salads I've ever made. Score!
easy to make , different from everyday salat , taste very flavourfull. all the famili loved it