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    Happy National Tabouleh Day!

    mickeydownunder
    Sat Jul 03, 2010 9:12 pm
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    G'day! I find SO many interesting things when I surf the net lol

    I never knew there was a National Tabouleh day in Lebanon...

    live and learn

    Hope you enjoy!



    Am posting "the creative" recipe as well, things that are different "INTRIGUE" me

    Hope u enjoy!

    WHOO HOO!

    Recipe for the creative tabouleh presented today (reconstituted):

    Dressing:

    •1 tablespoon of sumac
    •1/2 cup of fresh lemon juice
    •1/2 cup of extra-virgin olive oil
    •salt, a dash of allspice
    INGREDIENTS FOR THE TABOULEH:

    1.2 bunches of flat-leafed parsley, stems discarded or used elsewhere, leaves chopped very fine
    2.1 large white onion, chopped very fine
    3.1 handful of fresh basil, shredded
    4.1 handful of pink geranium leaves, unsprayed, please!
    5.1/4 cup of small bulgur, soaked in lemon juice or tomato juice or water for a few minutes till softened
    6.4 large tomatoes, diced small
    7.2 small green peppers, diced small
    METHOD:

    1.Drain the bulgur and keep the juice (if lemon or tomato) for the dressing
    2.Mix all the chopped and diced vegetables together; add the geranium flowers at the last minute, after tossing with the dressing, so that the flowers do not wilt.
    3.Serve in cabbage leaves or romaine lettuce leaves.
    Cookgirl
    Mon Jul 05, 2010 9:13 pm
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    I've never made tabbouleh with geranium leaves...hmmm.. icon_idea.gif
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