A wonderful fresh and healthy salad alternative to any meal. Especially delicious in the warmer months when fresh local ingredients are in abundance. Trying other versions of this Middle Eastern staple has left me with the knowledge that this particular salad has the right combination of ingredients.
My dad's famous tabbouleh recipe.
White Bean Tabbouleh
White beans, spinach, and extra veggies add an extra punch to this delicious and refreshing salad dish. This is great on a hot summer night, served with warm pita bread and garnished with black olives and feta cheese.
This recipe is the real deal! It's great tasting, healthy and easy to make.
Tasty twist on a Mediterranean classic. Serendipitous discovery when I didn't have any parsley on hand!
Savory Couscous Tabbouleh
A variant on traditional bulgur tabbouleh. Great to serve at potlucks because it can be served cold or warm! Even better left over! The longer it sits, the more the flavors meld together.
This bulgur salad is a lemony middle eastern treat! Bulgur is parboiled and dried wheat; soaking it in hot water is all the preparation required.
Whole Wheat Couscous Tabbouleh
This is a great vegetarian option to pasta salad. Great summertime recipe to accompany BBQ chicken or grilled meat.
Green Quinoa Tabbouleh
We're heading straight into grilling season, and for me, tabbouleh is one of the all-time great cold side dishes, since it pairs so perfectly with all those highly-seasoned, smoky meats. Maybe it's the size of quinoa, or the less wheaty flavor, but for me this vibrant, bracing salad is significantly better with quinoa instead of the traditional bulgur wheat. Blanching the herbs keeps this fresh and green for several days.Sponsored By [object Object]
This tabouli recipe is different. Instead of using bulgur like traditional tabouli, this recipe uses quinoa. It is a grain that is available at health food stores. It looks and tastes better than bulgur. My husband and I both love this and neither of us is vegetarian. It's a great meal for a hot summer day. The longer it sits the better it tastes.Sponsored By [object Object]
This is a Lebanese salad (my version of tabbouleh) that we like served with everything!Sponsored By [object Object]
Toasted Buckwheat Tabbouleh
A very filling dish. Gluten-free, dairy-free, and nightshade-free. Cooking the onion and garlic is optional.Sponsored By [object Object]