In this recipe, you will learn the techniques of chopping delicate herbs & making a salad dressing. Apart from that, you will also learn how to handle the equipment and ingredients necessary to produce Modern Tabbouleh.
Tabbouleh is originally from the mountains of Lebanon, Jordan and Syria. It has become one of the most popular salads in the Middle East and is usually served as part of the Cold Meze.
Traditionally Tabbouleh is made of tomatoes, finely chopped parsley, mint, burgul, onions, and seasoned with olive oil, lemon juice, and salt. In some variations garlic, romaine lettuce, or couscous are used instead of the burgul.
The Lebanese National Tabbouleh Day is an annual day dedicated to ‘Tabbouleh’. It is celebrated on the first Saturday of the month of July every year. During this day, the Lebanese, non-Lebanese, and their friends around the world meet in private or in public to savor this national favorite.
This is a traditional salad made up of finely chopped ingredients. This Tabbouleh has a modern twist to it, with the addition of toasted pine nuts and dried figs for a crunchy texture, Medjool dates to give a sweet touch and lemon juice to balance the sourness.
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