Mondays with Tabbouleh Salad

What makes this traditional salad unique? Is it the fluffy salted bulgar wheat? Is it the heavy handed chopped parsley? Is it the cucumbers? or roasted zucchini pass as cucumber? Will the sweetness of fresh apricots compliment the savory? Is this even tabbouleh at all?

A lot of questions and so little so we know about this wonderfully humble salad. Yes, traditionally it comes from Middle East which already makes it a spice-intense and bold textured salad. Tabbouleh is traditionally served as part of a mezze in the Arab world. Variations of it are made by Turks and Armenians, and it has become a popular ethnic food in Western cultures. Make room for this delicious salad with three main ingredients that is tomato, parsley and bulgar.

Here is a fresh summer salad which comes with an exotic twist of taste in our version, Feta cheese. This salad is made with segments of citrusy orange clubbed with grilled chicken, bulghur, cucumber, onion, sundried tomato and a dollop of feta. This mouthful salad is dressed in a classic olive oil dressing. Order now!

_50B8745_Tabbouleh Chicken Salad (Non Veg)
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