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Parsley Tabbouleh

June/July 2005, EatingWell for a Healthy Heart Cookbook (2008)

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Serve this tart, parsley-dominated tabbouleh at your next backyard gathering.



READER'S COMMENT:
"I find that cooking the bulgar makes it mushy. Instead, soak it for 30 minutes, then squeeze all the excess out. I like the texture much better. "
Parsley Tabbouleh

9 Reviews for Parsley Tabbouleh

09/21/2013
Anonymous

This is not real tabboule!!! Tabboule doesn't have garlic and cucumber in it

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Anonymous wrote 30 weeks 5 days ago

....and Lasagna isn't made

....and Lasagna isn't made with cottage cheese but variations happen!!!

07/27/2013
Anonymous
Flavorful

I loved this! It's a lot of cutting but I believe it's worth it. I've made it several times and like it a lot more without the cucumber, which I think waters down the flavor.

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12/31/2012
Anonymous
Best online tabbouleh I've found

I've tried several times to make a tabbouleh as tasty as one of my co-workers makes, and I've always come up way short....until now. This recipe really works and I think the balance of cucumbers and bulgur to parsley make the difference for me. It tastes yummy and healthy, not just healthy and meh.

yummy, healthy
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06/07/2012
Anonymous
TABBOULEH

GROWING UP WITH LEBANESE GRANDPARENTS AND MOTHER, WE ALWAYS HAD THIS. WE ALWAYS ADDED FROZEN PEAS RUN UNDER COLD WATER AND ALLSPICE FOR MORE FLAVOR.

HEALTHY AND DIFFERENT
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05/02/2011
Easy and Yummy

This was very easy and fast to make, at least the active time part, since I soaked the bulgur in the same amount of hot water instead of boiling it and so had to wait 30 minutes for it to become tender and absorb the water. I also added a bit more lemon juice than the recipe asks for because it was too mild for my taste (I'm used to very tangy salad dressings). Then I served it with grilled chicken cutlets and the whole thing tasted like summer holidays =)

Very easy, can be made a day ahead, yummy and fresh
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Anonymous wrote 2 years 43 weeks ago

Just want to share with you

Just want to share with you that Tabouleh NEVER has Garlic in it!! Some people add cumcumber thinly sliced and diced but original recipe doesn't have it. It's about 2-3 bunches of parsley, 2-3 head of tomatoes, 6 to 8 leavesof mint, a little bit of burgul - I don't soak it because I don't like it mooshy - 1 -2 lemons squeezed, 3 -4 EVOO, some salt, pepper to taste and Bon Appetit!!

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