[ UK /tˈæbuːlˌeɪ/ ]
- a finely chopped salad with tomatoes and parsley and mint and scallions and bulgur wheat
How To Use tabbouleh In A Sentence
- In addition to bread, wheat was also included in salads with chopped herbs and spices, much like our modern-day tabbouleh.
- Gill's pan-fried sea bass with tabbouleh, preserved lemon, bottarga and lemon oil was less successful, with the flavours clashing a little too violently.
- Their invigorating, mild flavor is a key ingredient in tabbouleh, a Middle Eastern salad.
- "Oh well, there'll be hummus and tabbouleh and taramasalata - they're all extremely mushy," he said.
- Other ideas: avocado salads, guacamole (served with low-carb chips) and tabbouleh (buy the mix, and use lots of detoxifying fresh parsley, red onions and tomatoes).
- It lurks within the crabmeat mix as a stealth carrier of a starch element that Mr. Robuchon believes makes this dish a no-grain, marine cousin of tabbouleh, the ancient Near Eastern salad based on bulghur wheat and mint. Watching Robuchon Invent
- This is the grain most often used in tabbouleh and kibbeh, two popular Middle Eastern dishes.
- ‘I don't know where she's getting those numbers,’ said a man hovering over the food table, filling his plate with tabbouleh and dolmades.
- For dinner we had soups in winter, salads in spring and summer, such as tabbouleh and fattouche, or sandwiches of falafel, or again concentrated yogurt with mint, black olives and cucumber.
- As our tastes grew more sophisticated, I remember chopping them into bulgur wheat to make tabbouleh.