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Well now! Local supermarket had flat-leaf AND curly parsley for cheap so lucky me! Added garlic and feta for extra flavor. Good friend brought me 3 dozen Meyer lemons (made limoncello, Shaker pie fillings, and 3 quarts of lemon curd - and STILL had lemons left so lucky me again!). Wanted a spring-y dish for dinner and this is terrific! Thank you thank you thank you!!!!

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Montana Ma March 10, 2012

A little less bulgur and this recipe works great! I found the secret to perfect tabbouli...That is, add some crumbled feta. You will not regret it.

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ManglinYourRecipes October 31, 2009

This is very good, fresh tasting, and easy! I cut recipe in half with no problem. I like mine with lots of lemon flavor, so it was great for that. The only thing I might add next time (because it is how I am used to it) would be some chopped fresh mint. Made for Spring 2010 PAC.

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Mikekey April 23, 2010

This is a lovely tabbouleh salad! I don't care for raw onions so left them out, and I made half of the recipe. Your amounts of olive oil and lemon juice were perfect for our taste; I used a little less salt and a little more pepper. Really loved this - thanks for sharing the recipe!

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loof May 08, 2012

This was nice...but I felt like it was missing something. I usually love lemon but found it a bit too overpowering and acidy. There was a lovely fresh flavour though and it was nice and light. Next time I think I will taste as I go to tweak the balance of flavours, and try adding some garlic and cucumber. Thanks for sharing.

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susan*w January 12, 2010

OMG! Can you say SCRUMPTIOUS??? This is even better than the one I had at a restaurant named "Tabouli." I am so addicted. I will have to be careful not to eat too much or I will get bored of it. This is absolutely fantastic! I forgot the oil and it tasted wonderful without, but then I added it. It just gave it a little different flavor. Excellent for summer time as it is light and refreshing - not to mention how good it is for you - but you don't have to tell anyone about that! :D

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Ann Cecile November 29, 2009

This is a great Tabouli recipe! I used 3 instead of 4 tomatoes,i just prefer my Tabouli to be more parsley heavy. I used curly parsley, but I'll bet that it's even better with flat leaf parsley. I also think it needs a little more olive oil and salt. Preferably you should use kosher or sea salt, it tastes a lot better that way!

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TortsChef May 26, 2009

I liked this tabbouleh but felt that it was waaaay to lemony for me. -And if you know me, I am crazy about lemon! I think I will lessen the amount of bulgur next time as well and perhaps add more parsley..... Hmmmm.... It was a tasty addition to our hummous and grilled chicken- I just think I will follow your advice and tweak your recipe a bit next time- because yes, there will be a next time. I'll let you know how it goes! Thanks for sharing!

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hollyfrolly August 30, 2007

There's way too much lemon in this recipe. It's also missing a crucial ingredient which is cucumber.

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Mageline Michael January 21, 2015

This recipe turned out well. I did have to add a little extra salt however. I used the juice of all three of the lemons, plus the zest of one lemon. Added some crumbled feta which really made a difference. Will make again.

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Noor.Khalid July 03, 2014
Tabbouli / Tabouli / Tabbouleh Salad (Parsley Salad)