|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.|
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Gather all your ingredients, and give the tomato, parsley, and green onions a good rinse.
Get the cracked bulgur wheat, place it in a large salad bowl, add two tablespoons of water, and let it soak.
Pick the tips off of all the parsley and put them in a large basin to soak which will help remove any remaining dirt.
Now cut your lemons in half so you can juice them.
Cut the green onions into little circles.
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.
Next dice the tomatoes by cutting them into thin strips in one direction, and then repeat the same step in the other direction.
Add the diced tomato to the lemon, mint, and bulgur mixture.
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.
Add the parsley to the bowl and let it sit there until right before you are ready to serve.
When you are ready to eat, add a drizzle of olive oil and toss.