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Ingredients

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1 lettuce- small
1 onion- red
2 tomatoes
3 cucumbers- small
3 oz olives
1/2 bunch parsley- Italian
1/4 bunch mint leaves
1/2 bunch radish
1 pita bread
1/4 cup olive oil
1/4 cup olive oil
salt to taste
1/2 tsp pepper-powder
3/4 cup yogurt- plain
2 tbsp tahini
1/3 tsp lemon
1 oz dill- fresh and minced

Nutritional information

2,000
calories
7 g
carbohydrates
2 g
protein
2 g
fat
120 mg
sodium
0 mg
cholesterol

Fattoush

Features:
  • Veg
Cuisine:
    • 10 mins
    • Serves 4
    • Easy

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    Yogurt has become such a staple in every culture that it is hard to pinpoint its origins. Yogurt is the delight for both kids and grown-ups. Fattoush is in another class of delicacy, a mixture of fruits, onion, tomatoes, and mint leaves. It owes its yummy taste to yogurt, another ingredient nobody would turn down on a good day. You only have to go through the simple steps listed below and you can prepare your own nutritious fattoush right there in your home.

    Health Benefits

    Fattoush houses all the nutrients the body needs to stay healthy. It is rich in antioxidants needed to prevent all forms of cancer and other fatal health issues known.  Also, it comes with anti-inflammatory substances and regular intake will help the body prevent ward off bacteria and other disease-causing organisms in the environment.

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    How to make Fattoush

    • Toast and set the pita bread aside.
    • Mix onion, tomatoes, cucumbers, olives, lettuce, parsley, mint leaves in a large bowl and set it aside.
    • Add and mix olive oil, vinegar, salt, in a small bowl.
    • Pour the vinger mixture into the large bowl and mix thoroughly.
    • Break, add and mix the toasted pita bread with the content of the large bowl.
    • Add and mix yogurt, tahini, lemon, salt, black pepper powder in a small bowl. Add the fresh dill and mix well.
    • Sprinkle the yogurt sauce on the toasted bread and serve at once.

    Trivia

    Ancient Egyptians covered their rulers' tombs with onions because they felt onions would make them succeed in the afterlife.

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