Tabbouleh Recipe

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Tabbouleh Recipe

(Healthy Recipe)

Ingredients:  Serves 4

200g bulgar wheat (or left-over pre-cooked

  whole grains such as rice, quinoa, or millet)

100g parsley or more if you wish

10 scallions

1 or more cloves of garlic, finely chopped

1 tablespoon chopped mint or coriander (cilantro)

1 large tomato, seeded and chopped

Dressing:

3 tablespoons of lemon, lime or grapefruit juice

2 tablespoons of olive oil, or other oil of your choice

Method:

Cover the bulgar wheat with boiling water and allow it to stand for 30 minutes while you prepare the other ingredients.  Then squeeze out any excess water and place the bulgar wheat in the salad bowl.  If using the other grains, simply place them in the bowl.  Add the other ingredients to the wheat and mix together thoroughly.  Combine the dressing ingredients, add to the tabbouleh and toss.  Serve chilled.

Note:  You can add chopped chicken or turkey, crumbled feta or other cheese, chopped nuts or hard-boiled eggs, other vegetables such as grated carrots, chopped capsicums, or cooked beans or chickpeas.  There are many variations to this dish which originated in the Middle East.  You can vary the ingredients according to season and your personal taste, and use it as the main dish or as a side dish.

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