Monday, November 12, 2007

Tabbouleh

Recipe by:zainab

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1/2 cup bulgur wheat.

6 cups parsley, chopped.

3 cups mint, chopped.

2-3 scallions, sliced (Optional).

1 medium onion, chopped (Optional).

5 large tomatoes,chopped.

Dressing:

2 Tablespoon olive oil.

Juice of two lemon.

Salt to taste.

1)Cover bulgur with cold water, stand 15 minutes.Drain,press as much water as possible from bulgur.place bulgur in large bowl.

2)Add remaining ingredients to bowl,mix until combined.drizzle with dressing.

Best made just before serving.

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10 comments:

Scott said...

I LOVE tabbouleh and planned to make a big batch from my garden this summer. Unfortunatley, we had a severe drought this year and my mint and parsley didn't come to fruition. Maybe next year...

Arabic Bites said...

Hi Scott,

Thank you so much for the comment,good Luck with your garden next year.

zainab

Gloria said...

I like so burgol to salads is so nice !!! Gloria

Arabic Bites said...

Hi gloria,
Thanks for stopping by.
zainab

meeso said...

OOOOhhhhhh, you read my mind! I'm so tired of the store bought tabbouleh mix...I'm ready for some real, fresh tabbouleh!!! I can't wait to try this...It looks so good! I'm very glad to have found your blog :)

Arabic Bites said...

Hi meeso,

Thank you so much,your comment always encourage me to keep posting.

zainab

Nabeela said...

Love the tabbouleh. Is parsley used more often or mint?

Arabic Bites said...

Hi Nabeela,
in tabbouleh. I always use one part parsley & 1/2 part mint.

zainab

VegeYum @ A Life (Time) of Cookin said...

Your photos are so good - now I am hungry.

Arabic Bites said...

VegeYum,

Thank you for the nice compliment,
try Tabbouleh it's really, really good!

zainab

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