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A most famous Lebanese salad which I first tasted at my Lebanese friends house and loved it so much that I had to learn how to make it myself. Zeina, to whom I am so grateful gave me her home recipe and taught me how to make Tabbouleh. Its made with parsley, tomatoes and cracked wheat and dresses with a simple olive oil dressing.


• 2 bunches parsley
• 5 firm red tomatoes
• 4 stalks spring onions
• juice of 1 lemon
• 1/4 cup olive oil
• 2 tbsp cracked bulgar wheat
• salt & pepper


This is a great recipe as part of a low fat diet... just omit the olive oil.
Add 1/4 cup of chopped mint.
Instead of cracked wheat you could use couscous... adding it just before serving.





• Wash the wheat, soak in enough warm water to cover the grains and set aside
• Wash, dry and finely chop the parsley
• Chop the tomatoes into small pieces
• Finely chop the onions
• Mix the parsley, tomatoes,onions and wheat together (the wheat should have absorbed the water and be soft and dry in appearance)
• Make the dressing by mixing the oil, lemon and salt and pepper to taste.
• Add the dressing to the salad and serve with pitta or nan bread as a starter or as an accompaniment.


Use curly parsley instead of flat leaf
For best results add at least 1/2 tsp freshly ground black pepper and 1 tsp salt... you may need more depending on taste. Serve on a bed of lettuce... presentation is very important.

With Kind Permission Chilli International Magazine


When chickens quit quarrelling over their food they often find that there is enough for all of them. I wonder if it might not be the same with the human race.
(Don Marquis)

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