The concept of Fetteh (sometimes called “fata”) may sound strange at first - it’s a combination of warm, soft cooked chickpeas with thick garlicy yogurt and toasted Lebanese bread, all topped with crunchy, buttery pine nuts and almonds.
This is true Lebanese comfort food. Sometimes served on a platter to share, but more often in a deep glass bowl - crunch your spoon though the layers of salty, garlicy, crispy, buttery and soft to find yourself a mouthful of heaven.
Click here for my Father's recipe for Fetteh, which I love to eat as a light lunch, but my sister Jessica argues is breakfast food. But hey, let's not fetteh the small stuff - it's good at any time of the day!