1 oz (57g) Bulgur 2 Tomatoes 2 Fresh Limes 3.5 oz (100g) Green Onions 7 oz (198g) Fresh Parsley 0.5 oz (14g) Fresh Mint (Leaves) 1/4 Cup Olive Oi Salt, Black Pepper Powder PREPARATIONS: 1- Soak Bulgur in Boiling water for 30 Minutes. 2- Dice the tomatoes. 3- Dice the green onions. 4- Mince the fresh mint's leaves. 5- Mince the parsley. DIRECTIONS: 1- Combine diced tomatoes, green onions, parsley, mint, in a large bowl. 2- Using a strainer, transfer soaked bulgur into the bowl. 3- Add Salt and pepper as preferred. 4- Squeeze fresh limes into the bowl. 5- Add olive oil. 6- Stir thoroughly until all the ingredients are well mixed.
TABBOULEH CALORIES & NUTRITION VALUES
Tabbouleh is a traditional Arabic salad. It is very nutrition. Just like most fresh salads, tabbouleh has many nutrients, but one thing that makes tabbouleh stand out is the use of bulgur. On top of extra vitamins such as vitamin B, bulgur contains high amounts of carbohydrates and fiber. Bulgur is originated in the Middle East. Bulgur was not recognized as a nutritious food source until early 19th century when scientist did some research on it and moved it to the top of the chart and named bulgur an A grade highly nutritious food. Tabbouleh contains very high amounts of vitamin A, vitamin B6 and vitamin C. It is also high in Iron, manganese and dietary fiber, and it has no cholesterol. 3.5 oz (100g) of tabbouleh has 102 calories and 60 calories from fat. It contains 2.3 g of protein.
nutritional factsServing Size 100g
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