By evelyn/athens on April 15, 2003
Photo by Rita~
Photo by Rita~
"Enjoy - savour the tart, mellow, crisp, soft, fresh flavours and textures!"
Serving Size: 1 (270 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 3
"this was delicious! light and refreshing. i didn't have sumac but i did have zaatar and know that sumac is an ingredient, so i substituted it. i made extra salad so we could use it for falaffel.the hardest part of this recipe is the fine dicing, but this is very much like the israeli salads i remember."
"This is a delicious tasty salad that I usually enjoy at my favourite Lebanese restaurant. It's great to be able to make this at home!"
"Excellent salad. One time I made it, I had no lemons. We all liked it better that way. There is something of a lemon tang in sumaq, and that was enough for us. I also left out the pita, and it was still a great salad. Quick and refreshing."
"Addicting! Add some minced fresh dill and cilantro too! And if you want to go a little Greek with it add some cubed feta cheese."
"What a gorgeous salad!! I baked the pita pieces in the oven (no oil) until they were toasted. This makes a great summertime salad!! Thanks!!"
"How beautiful your fatoush looks - like a bouquet of flowers. I am going to try this for lunch today!"
"So very refreshing! This is the first time I used sumac which was ground a powder. I toasted the pita over a direct open flame.(less fat). I bsicallt followed the recipe using all the ingredients called for but the amounts were to my liking. Came out fabulous!"
"I have been looking for an authentic version of this salad and this it it!"