|Region or state||Levant|
|Main ingredients||Khubz, mixed greens, vegetables|
Fattoush (Arabic: فتوش, also fattush, fatush, fattoosh, and fattouche) is a Levantine salad made from toasted or fried pieces of khubz (Arabic flat bread) combined with mixed greens and other vegetables, such as radishes and tomatoes.
Fattush belongs to the family of dishes known as fattat (plural of fatteh), which use stale flatbread as a base. Fattoush includes vegetables and herbs varying by season and taste. The vegetables are cut into relatively large pieces compared to tabbouleh which requires ingredients to be finely chopped. Sumac is usually used to give fattoush its sour taste, while some recipes also add pomegranate molasses along with the sumac.
- Arabic salad
- List of bread dishes
- List of hors d'oeuvre
- List of salads
- Panzanella, an Italian bread salad
- Wright, 2003, p. 241
- Claudia Roden, The New Book of Middle Eastern Food, 2008, p. 74
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