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Fatet Hommos recipe

Fatet Hommos recipe

Fatet hommos, Fattet Hommos, or Fattet Hummus is one of the famous fatteh dishes in the Levantine cuisine. Fatet Hommos (also called “tis-iyeh” as in Syria) is typically served as breakfast, mostly on Friday’s breakfasts. Also it’s served as a side dish in occasional dinners. 


580 g boiled chickpeas
4 white pitta bread
2 cups water
1 tsp white vinegar
1/2 tsp salt
1/4 tsp black pepper
1/2 kg yogurt
1 tbsp tahina
Fried pine nuts
Parsley, chopped


1 Cut the pitta bread into small cubes and deep fry them
2 Mix chickpeas, vinegar and spices, then cover with water and simmer until serving time
3 Mix yogurt and tahina. Season with salt and pepper
4 Place the bread cubes into serving dish. drain the chickpeas and layer it on top
5 Pour the yogurt mixture to cover the chicpeas
6 Garnish with pine nuts and chopped parsley 


Number of servings     4
Calories     447
Carbohydrates     76g
Protein     19g
Total Fat     6g
Of which saturated     1.50g
Cholesterol     4mg

Iron, Zinc, Copper, Vitamin B6, Vitamin B1, Phosphorus, Potassium, Vitamin C


Hommos is rich in fibers. To increase the amount of vitamins, minerals and fibers, replace the white bread with brown bread (prepared from whole wheat flour). To avoid the extra calories and the disadvantages of frying, you can toast the bread in the oven. We recommend you serve this dish for breakfast.

Source: cookandeat-lebanese.com

Recipes related to Fatet Hommos:

Fatteh with hummus | Fattet Hummus | Fattet Hummos | Salata Hommos | Hummus with spiced lamb (hummus b'lahmeh) | Hummus without Tahini

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