from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • n. A Lebanese salad made with bulgur wheat and finely chopped scallions, tomatoes, mint, and parsley.

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  • n. A Middle Eastern salad or "meze" generally consisting of bulgar wheat, chopped tomatoes, parsley, olive oil and lemon juice.

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  • n. a finely chopped salad with tomatoes and parsley and mint and scallions and bulgur wheat


Arabic tabbūla, probably from tābal, coriander, seasoning.
(American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)


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  • "kebab," "humous" and "tabbouleh" -- and it is about exhibitions of mirth and merrymaking, and competing to bestow gifts and prizes on the elites.

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  • There are hundreds of restaurants to choose from which serve staples such as tabbouleh, hummus and mixed grills. - Stuff

  • Combined with refreshing sides such as tabbouleh - chopped parsley salad ($3.25) - and velvety baba ghannouj - made of baked eggplant, tahini, lemon and spices ($3.50) - a few dollars can result in a feast.

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  • In some recipes, such as tabbouleh, bulgur can be soaked in liquid without requiring cooking.

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  • Almost all of the food served in restaurants and hotels was social food: grilled meats, hummus, tabbouleh, kebab.

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  • Rebecca asked us over kibbeh and tabbouleh at Balad.

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  • She had filled enormous plastic bowls with tabbouleh and fattoush, and heaped mint and romaine and cucumbers on plates.

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