1. Manage My TA


Recipe: Parsley and Burghul Salad - Taboula


View Photos (1)

  • Image © 2006 Habeeb Salloum

Serves about 6 to 8

This salad has become world-renowned. It has been made popular in the Americas and Europe by Lebanese immigrants who in one generation forget their language and culture but never taboula.

1/2 cup fine or medium burghul, soaked for 10 minutes in warm water, then drained by pressing water out through a fine strainer.
2 medium bunches of parsley, thoroughly washed, stemmed, then finely chopped
1 cup finely chopped green onions
1/2 cup finely chopped fresh mint
2 medium tomatoes, diced into 1/4 inch cubes
4 tablespoons olive oil
4 tablespoons lemon juice
1 teaspoon salt
1/2 teaspoon pepper
lettuce leaves

Place burghul and all vegetables, except lettuce leaves, in a bowl, then thoroughly mix and set aside.

Combine remaining ingredients, except lettuce leaves, then pour over burghul and vegetables. Toss and serve on a bed of lettuce leaves.

* * * * *

Published on 10/1/06

Sponsor links

Comments [0]

Add Comment

You might also be interested in

Sweet, Salty and Sour; but not that Spicy. Manok Inasal.

Sweet, Salty and Sour; but not that Spicy.

Ronald de Jong - aliawan [11,550]

The Filipino cuisine is an exotic blend of many different cultural influences from both sides of the Pacific and reflects the multi-ethnic history of this tropical archipelago...

Destinations: Mindanao | Philippines
Topics: Culture | Food | Travel | Photography
front building

The dying Anglo-Indian way of life in Old Delhi

boney meyn - boneymeyn [208]

There is a community tucked inside the non discriptive part of Delhi and they are the one who once existed in the powerful roads of Delhi and they were the Anglo-Indians of Delhi

Destinations: New Delhi
Topics: Culture | People

Foods of the Greater Syria Area: A Legacy of a Venerable Past

Habeeb Salloum - hsalloum [11,337]

The foods of Syria, Lebanon, Jordan and Palestine, with recipes for a complete meal.

Destinations: Damascus | Syria
Topics: Food
More Stories of Interest

ThingsAsian is an Asia travel website with maps, stories, photos and travel tips contributed by a worldwide community.

©1994-2008 Global Directions, Inc. All Rights Reserved. Contact webmaster@thingsasian.com

Web Design by Dayspring