Tabouli

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Ingredients

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Method

How to make Tabouli

  • Place bulgur wheat in mixing bowl. Pour boiling water over bulgur, cover and let stand 15 minutes. Fluff with fork. While grain cools, chop vegies. Add parsley, scallions, cucumber, tomato and mint to cooled bulgur. Toss gently. Blend lemon juice, oil and

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