Pesticides are commonly used in vegetation activities. Great attentions are paid by governments, health organizations, as well as many other institutions to the issue of food contamination caused by pesticides due to their dangerous impacts on public health [1]. Finding an efficient, economical and reliable method for studying these chemicals can help minimize the risks on our health [2]. To minimize the risks of these chemicals on health and environment, a maximum residual limit (MRL) for such chemicals is established by law and recommended by codex in food and feed to ensure the appropriate concentration of pesticides in the food commodity [3].A big attention has been given to organo-phosphorous pesticides as they are globally used in agricultural activities for various crops, in addition to their believed neurological impacts on humans as a result of excess exposure [4]. The “Quick, Easy, Cheap, Effective, Rugged, and Safe” (QuEChERS) method for extraction and cleanup of pesticides is chosen for rapid sample preparation [5, 6]. Ethion [(O,O,O′,O′- Tetraethyl S,S′-methylene bis(phosphorodithioate)] is a congener of the organo-phosphorous pesticides family, and it is registered to be used for many crops. Ethion is a non-systemic insecticide which is utilized to control leaf-feeding insects, scales and mites. Ethion is exerted by inhibiting an enzyme of the nervous system of the insect (Acetylcholinesterase). The boiling point of ethion is 165°C and it is insoluble in water but soluble in most organic solvents [7]. Exposure to ethion residues by ingestion of contaminated foods can cause many