In Levantine cuisine, one of the most popular is Fattoush salad. The origin of the salad cannot be traced but this salad is invariably the staple for Jordan, Lebanon, Palestine, Syria, Iraq and other Arabic countries. Each country has their own specific taste. Although Tabouleh is also a famous salad in this region, I prefer Fattoush as it has a balance of freshness of crunchy lettuces, crunchiness from the fried pita bread and mild flavour and benefits of pomegranate


  • Rocket lettuce: 01
  • Tomato: 01
  • Other Lettuce leaf: (optional) : few leaves
  • Red bell pepper: small 1inch dice: few pieces
  • Red radish: thin slice: 5 pcs
  • Capsicum: small 1inch dice: few pieces
  • Yellow bell pepper: small 1inch dice: few pieces
  • English cucumber: small 1inch dice: few pieces
  • Onion: small 1inch dice: few pieces
  • Spring onion: chopped: 1 spoonful
  • Lemon juice: 1 tsp
  • Salt
  • Fried khuboos bread (Arabic bread khoboos/ pita/ Indian naan -optional )
  • Sumac powder: 1/2 tsp



  • Mint leaves
  • Pomegranate molasses



  • Slice onion and mix it with sumac powder and keep aside for 15 mins.
  • Now mix all ingredient (dont mix the fried breads) with lemon juice, salt, olive oil
  • Mix the onions along with the salad.
  • Arrange in a plate.
  • Drizzle pomegranate molasses well over the salad.
  • Sprinkle some mint leaves over it.
  • Put the crisp bread pieces over the salad.
  • Serve cold.

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Father to a lovely daughter, chef and traveller. Cooking is my passion and it has taken me places. Different cuisines and cultures have deeply inspired the stories I tell and the food I cook. This diary is a way of sharing those experiences about the food and travel journeys that touched my heart.

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