Middle Eastern Fatteh

Okay, I’m gonna be honest with you guys.

The original version is not as easy to prepare as this one, definitely not so healthy, definitely way more caloric and unfortunately way more delicious. However, this is a blog about healthy eating and I share with you only the foods that I eat on a daily basis. And this healthy version of Fatteh was twice on my lunch list last week.

Speaking for myself, the simplicity of this dish didn’t convince me at first. I didn’t imagine that those simple ingredients can make such a perfect combination. But when I first tried (the original version) … I have to confess that even though I do have a very strong relationship with the food, I think I finally found the love of my life. ❤


  • 200g 0% fat yoghurt
  • 2 cloves garlic (or 1 tsp of garlic paste)
  • 1 tbsp tahini
  • pinch of cumin
  • 1/2 can chickpea
  • 1 wholemeal pita bread
  • 1 small handful almonds
  • 1 handful pomegranate seeds
  • small bouquet chopped parsley


With a little bit of cheating with a toaster and microwave, we’re going to prepare this super delicious dish very quickly.

So, drain the chickpea and put the half of the can content into the microwave.

IMG_3331 – kopija

Toast a wholemeal pita bread in a toaster, slice it into the cubes and sprinkle it over the warm chickpea.


Mix yoghurt, garlic and cumin altogether and pour it over the chickpea and bread.


Almost done. You can roast almonds or you can use raw if you prefer.

And then just sprinkle almonds, parsley and pomegranate seeds on the top, like shown in the picture.


I told you, it’s that easy!

😉 شهية طيبة

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