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Easy Tabbouleh

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Easy Tabbouleh
  • Prep Time 35 min
  • Total Time 40 min
  • Servings 4
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Easy Tabbouleh

This fresh and easy side dish can be made in minutes!


cup bulgur
cups boiling water or chicken stock
cups curly parsley, chopped
cup Cascadian Farm™ frozen organic shelled edamame
cup fresh mint, chopped
cup scallions, chopped
roma tomatoes, chopped
tablespoon olive oil
teaspoon salt
tablespoon lemon juice (more or less to taste)


  • 1 Stir the bulgur into the boiling water and let set for 30 minutes, or until softened. Strain out the water.
  • 2 Toss together the strained bulgur, parsley, edamame, mint, scallions, tomatoes, olive oil and salt.
  • 3 Add the lemon juice to taste.
  • 4 Serve immediately or cover and refrigerate for up to one day.
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How to Make Easy Tabbouleh

As prepared by Gimme Some Oven,

Tabbouleh is so quick and easy to make at home!

Seems like everyone I know loves tabbouleh.  But everyone I know also pronounces it differently!

Growing up, my mom always called it tabboul-EEE.  Some friends have called it tabboul-UH.  The Lebanese restaurant nearby calls it tabboul-EH.  It seems like tabbouleh is the new “tomato, tomahto."

However you pronounce it, this fresh and zesty herb and bulgur salad is super easy to make!  And it is filled with all sorts of awesome flavors and ingredients that you can feel great about.

Here’s how to make your own Easy Tabbouleh:


Start with bulgur.

Get started with your bulgur.   So easy to work with, and so good for you!


Boil water or chicken broth, then add the bulgur.

Boil about 2 cups of water (or chicken broth), and then stir in ½ cup of bulgur.  Let it sit for about 30 minutes or until tender.


Steam the edamame.

While the bulgur is “cooking”, go ahead and prep your other ingredients.  Steam your edamame according to package instructions.


Chop the greens.

Then chop your greens – curly parsley, green onions and fresh mint.  Also add in some chopped tomato or other veggies if you would like.


Toss ingredients together and squeeze fresh lemon juice over all.

Once the bulgur is ready to go, toss it with the greens, tomato, olive oil, and a little salt.  Then sprinkle with lots of lemon juice, and toss to combine.


Easy tabbouleh ready to serve.

Voila!  I told you it was easy!

Tabbouleh and More Tabbouleh

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