fattoush


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fat·toush

 (fə-to͞osh′)
n.
A salad made from toasted pita, cucumbers, tomatoes, mint, and other ingredients, often topped with a garlic-lemon dressing and flavored with sumac.

[Colloquial Levantine Arabic fattūš, of unknown origin.]
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The Arabian theme night features a variety of sumptuous Middle Eastern specialties including the hotel's homemade hummus, fattoush, tabouleh, and stuffed vine leaves, kebabs, shish tawook, kofta and other mixed grill complemented by traditional desserts and other Arabic sweets.
Berri has separately held meetings over the current situation on the local scene and the legislative elections with former minister Farid Haykal Khazen and MP Nicolas Fattoush.
In Zahle we have agreed on two Hezbollah candidates, Anwar Hussein Jomaa and MP Nicolas Fattoush," Qassem said, adding that the complete list will be announced in the coming days.
At a tempting price of QR165 per person, diners can choose from a wide variety of Hummus, Tabouleh, Fattoush and other mouthwatering starters from the Lebanese cuisine.
Our party of four ordered a mix of hot and cold mezzes including moutabal, hummus with shawarma, and the quintessential fattoush plus a dish of spicy chicken liver.
Currently, she works as the manager of "Poetry Yard," as a curator at Fattoush art space and bookshop in Haifa, and as a manager of the "Poetry Lab" initiative.
My pal's red lentil fattoush was, because it didn't contain bread, not really a fattoush at all.
There's plenty on offer for Arabic cuisine aficionados: the kofta and fattoush were both delicious.
The menu includes a choice of four different 4oz burgers, all homemade using prime Argentinian beef, and traditional mezze plates from fattoush to kibbeh.
On the starters menu choose from Baba Ghanoush (grilled aubergine sesame sauce) tabboleh made with bulgar, falafel and fattoush salad and mixed meze platter.
The bottles of arak on the shelf have Hebrew labels on them; the menu's other items are also of Yemenite-Jewish origin: shakshuka, baked eggs in a tomato casserole; lahoh bread (spelled lahuhh and called Yemenite bread on the menu); malawach, fried bread, and its derivative salad, fattoush (spelled fatut).
To go with the tranquil Cote d'Azur feel, the menu from executive chef David Codney now features Mediterranean-influenced dishes including grass-fed lamb tagine, fattoush salad and shakshuka baked eggs.