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Tabbouleh Salad

This delicious Tabbouleh Salad Recipe is a fresh herb and bulgur salad, with parsley, mint, diced cucumber and tomato, green onion with a simple olive oil and lemon juice dressing.

You didn’t think I’d give you a delicious Shawarma recipe without a recipe for Tabbouleh Salad did you?

This delicious Tabbouleh Salad Recipe is a fresh herb and bulgur salad, with parsley, mint, diced cucumber and tomato, green onion with a simple olive oil and lemon juice dressing.

Putting this together is simple – you start by cooking the Bulghur Wheat which is as easy as pouring boiling water over it and then walking away. Wash, dry, and chop up your herbs and vegetables, then toss it all together in a bowl with some lemon juice, olive oil, and salt.

Looking for the best tabbouleh recipe? Here you go! This delicious Tabbouleh Salad Recipe is a fresh herb and bulgur salad, with parsley, mint, diced cucumber and tomato, green onion with a simple olive oil and lemon juice dressing.

It has a very vibrant flavor and goes wonderfully with the spicy aromatics found in most Middle Eastern dishes.

Looking for tabbouleh recipes? Here is a great one! This delicious Tabbouleh Salad Recipe is a fresh herb and bulgur salad, with parsley, mint, diced cucumber and tomato, green onion with a simple olive oil and lemon juice dressing.

This tabbouleh recipe is closest to the Lebanese variation as it contains more fresh herbs than bulghur, making it closer to a salad than a grain dish. Personally, I think that fresh parsley and mint has a bit more flavor than boring old bulghur wheat, anyway.

This would be a wonderful accompaniment to stuffed cabbage rolls, chicken biryani, or, of course, Chicken Shawarma.

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Tabbouleh Salad Recipe

This delicious Tabbouleh Salad Recipe is a fresh herb and bulgur salad, with parsley, mint, diced cucumber and tomato, green onion with a simple olive oil and lemon juice dressing.
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Course: Salad
Cuisine: Middle Eastern
Prep Time: 20 mins
Cook Time: 10 mins
Total Time: 30 mins
Servings: 4
Calories: 282kcal
Author: The Wanderlust Kitchen
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Ingredients

  • 1/2 c. fine bulghur wheat
  • 1 c. boiling water
  • 3 bunches flat-leaf parsley
  • 1 bunch mint
  • 2 roma tomatoes - seeded and finely diced
  • 1 large cucumber - peeled, seeded, and finely diced
  • 3 green onions - thinly sliced (white and light green parts only)
  • 6 Tbsp. extra virgin olive oil
  • 3 Tbsp. fresh lemon juice
  • 1/2 tsp. Kosher salt

Instructions

Prepare the Bulghur Wheat
  • Pour the boiling water over the bulghur wheat in a shallow bowl. Use a fork to quickly stir the water into the wheat, then set aside for 10 minutes.
  • Fluff the wheat with a fork, then place a plate (or plastic wrap) over the top of the bowl and place it in the fridge.
  • Let rest until room temperature, at least 15 minutes.
Prepare the Herbs
  • Wash the leaves of the parsley and mint then dry completely with a paper towel.
  • Trim the stems and discard.
  • Mince the parsley and mint leaves and place in a large bowl.
Make the Tabbouleh
  • Remove the cooled bulghur from the fridge and combine with the herbs, fluffing and tossing with a fork. Fold in the tomatoes, cucumber, and green onions.
  • Drizzle in the olive oil and lemon juice and toss well. Sprinkle in the salt, stir, and taste. Add more salt if needed.
  • Serve cool or room temperature.
Nutrition Facts
Tabbouleh Salad Recipe
Serving Size
 
1 serving
Amount per Serving
Calories
282
% Daily Value*
Fat
 
21
g
32
%
Saturated Fat
 
3
g
19
%
Polyunsaturated Fat
 
17
g
Sodium
 
300
mg
13
%
Carbohydrates
 
22
g
7
%
Fiber
 
4
g
17
%
Sugar
 
3
g
3
%
Protein
 
5
g
10
%
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.
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Anetta

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Comments:

  1. Do you grow your own mint? What variety of mint do you suggest for the Greek dishes and salads. I want to buy a mint plant to grow in a container and start using it in recipes.

    1. Hi Patti,

      I don’t grow my own mint, but Spearmint is the most common variety of mint found in food markets and it is also the most commonly used mint in Greek cooking. So, I suggest you get a Spearmint plant.

      -Linda

  2. I want to try this tonight- but could you be more specific on what a “bunch” of mint/parsley is? Is it one spring?

    1. Hi, Briana – a standard bunch of parsley would be about a cup and a half of chopped leaves. Mint is usually bundled in smaller bunches, so about 1/4 cup chopped mint leaves 🙂