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Yum# Loved the lemon and dill in this! The feta was good too. I enjoyed this cold as we are having a heat spell. Made for ZWT#6 by a Looney Spoon Phoodie!
very nice salad i made for 1 it worked grat nice salad to have zaar tour 6 i put in some cucumber and green onion
Oh WOW, this is a really tasty tabbouleh! The peas and feta go so well together and make for a sweet and salty contrast, which is really nice! I made half the recipe for my sis and me and we gobbled it up wishing we had made the whole recipe. :) Since I cant have wheat, I subbed millet for the bulgur, which worked out really well. Had no lettuce on hand, so skipped that and added the maters directly to the tabbouleh. Mmmm! THANKS SO MUCH for sharing this yummylicious recipe with us, mersaydees! Made and reviewed for Veggie Swap #22 and The Alphabet Soup Tag Game May 2010.
I really liked this -- and have never had anything quite like it -- leftovers are for lunch tomorrow mixed with some leftover chicken. I skipped the lettuce and added the cut up tomato to the salad and served from the bowl. This is a keeper for sure!
Tasty Healthy Refreshing! I made this as directed and served it atop lettuce and cucumber. Made for the Photo tag game. Freddy Cat says thanks for the salad!
I just love bulgur and always seek out new ways to enjoy this versatile grain. This rendition is bright , springy and flavorful and made wonderful side for an easy Saturday dinner. I used a little less feta than presented (3 versus 4 ounces) and found that to be ample. Also reduced the oil to 4 teaspoons for the batch which was fine for me. The tomatoes are a must as they add to the overall dish and if you are not making them part of the presentation, include them in the salad itself. The dressing is terrific and enhances each of the components as well as unifying them. I think some finely diced shallots or perhaps red onions would make a good addition here both in terms of flavor and to offer a bit of crunch. Thanks!