Tabbouleh is a Lebanese dish that’s traditionally made with lots of chopped parsley and mint, bulgur wheat, and often, ripe tomatoes. It’s simple to make and one of my summer favorites.
As we head into colder months, I wanted to translate this summer classic into a side dish for fall meals, featuring cauliflower, carrots, and golden beets. The salad is herby and bright, and it’s a great way to eat fresh foods, even in the fall and winter.
Tabbouleh (a.k.a. tabouli) is a Middle Eastern salad traditionally made of bulgur, parsley, mint, tomato and onion (its name comes from an old Arabic word, Tabb?le, meaning 'little spicy’). Because the salad is light, typically serv...
A bulgur wheat and parsley salad (tabbouleh) gets extra color and flavor from tomato, yellow bell pepper and white beans.
Tabbouleh is an inherently simple dish, typically made from a mixture of chopped parsley and mint, onion, tomato, bulgur, olive oil, and lemon juice. Recipes abound, so the question is, can they be improved upon? The answer is, yes,...
5 / 5 Stars | 2 Reviews by araxjan "This is an authentic tabbouleh with fine bulgur wheat, parsley, mint, tomatoes, and a homemade dressing." View Complete Recipe Details and Reviews