Tabouleh is a famous Lebanese dish, and as Middle Eastern food is becoming popular in the United States, most Americans have tasted it or can easily recognize the name tabouleh.
Tabouleh is more than a mix of vegetable. It is a unique dish that can taste differently if the two people make it. It requires diligence in preparation and using a very sharp knife.
Ingredients include parsley, green onions, tomatoes, burghel wheat, lemon juice, olive oil and salt pepper to taste.
Soak parsley in water to remove sand. Chop parsley leaves, green onions and tomatoes very small and toss them with lemon juice and olive. Two bunches of parsley, one bunch of green onions, two medium-size tomatoes, 1/4 of cup olive oil, 1/4 cup fine burghel wheat and the 1/4 of a cup lemon juice, all of which yields four serving.