Tabouleh

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Tablouleh (Taboulè) is a traditional Middle-Eastern salad consisting mainly of parsley, and cracked wheat (bulgur). In this recipe we will be using 3 bunches of parsley, 1/4 to 1/2 cup of bulgur wheat, 2 lemons, dried mint, 2 tomatoes, green onions, salt, and olive oil. Containing both lemons and parsley, tabouleh full of high vitamin C foods. This recipe will serve 4-6 people.
Total Preparation and/or Cooking Time:
Step 1:
Gather all your ingredients, and give the tomato, parsley, and green onions a good rinse.
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Step 2:
Get the cracked bulgur wheat, place it in a large salad bowl, add two tablespoons of water, and let it soak.
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Step 3:
Pick the tips off of all the parsley and put them in a large basin to soak which will help remove any remaining dirt.
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Step 4:
Now cut your lemons in half so you can juice them.
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Step 5:
Cut the green onions into little circles.
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Step 6:
Now add the lemon juice and green onions to the bulgur wheat, you can also add 1 to 2 tablespoons of dry mint, and a pinch of salt.
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Step 7:
Next dice the tomatoes by cutting them into thin strips in one direction, and then repeat the same step in the other direction.
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Step 8:
Add the diced tomato to the lemon, mint, and bulgur mixture.
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Step 9:
Now is the time to chop the parsley. Rinse, drain, and dry the parsley tips, then place them on the cutting board and keep chopping them until they are fine.
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Step 10:
Add the parsley to the bowl and let it sit there until right before you are ready to serve.
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Step 11:
When you are ready to eat, add a drizzle of olive oil and toss.
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