Wednesday, 25 August 2010

Juliane's Tabouleh

I'm back again :)
Sorry it's been so long but I've spent the last week writingwritingwriting so at the end of the day my energy to write something else was pretty much non-existent.
Today's recipe is from my lovely friend Juliane. It's all amazingly amazing :) and goes really well with other salads or actually thinking of it anything you could probably come up with for a barbecue on a lovely summer evening. Oh, and it's also really nice when you add some cucumbers or olives.
All right, here we go:

200g Bulgur wheat
100-150g Smooth parsley (depends on how intense you want it to be)
25g Mint (fresh)
1 largeish Tomato
6 tbsp Lemon juice
4 tbsp Olive oil
Salt, pepper, cumin (get creative here)

Soak the bulgur between 30 and 45 minutes, chop the parsley and the mint, half the tomato, remove the inside bits and chop it into pretty cubes, mix everything, season et voilà! Presto Tabouleh (ok, that wasn't me who came up with that :)
All right, have a fab time and I'll hopefully have some more energy to write soon (there's some fabulous apricots waiting to be turned into dumplings perhaps I'll have some time tomorrow).

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