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Monday, June 6, 2011

Quinoa Tabbouli Salad

A hot summer day doesn't really call for my usual favorites such as cheese and pie, but rather cool and fresh salads, refreshing iced tea and cold desserts.

I was itching to try a new recipe, and tabbouli sounded pretty perfect. Fresh and healthy, it's a great dip/salad and super easy to whip up, especially if you have a food processor. Because I decided to make this while I was driving to the store, I didn't look at any recipe and just went with what I knew was in it, and decided to add some quinoa, instead of the cracked wheat/cous cous I've seen added before in some versions.


1 Cup Quinoa (uncooked)
3 large tomatoes
4 garlic cloves
1 large onion
3 bunches parsley
Lemon Juice (I used about 1/4 of the lemon, or approx 2 Tbs)

Cook the quinoa according to the package instructions and let cool. (2 parts water, 1 part quinoa, cook like rice.)

Chop up all the veggies, or use a food processor. Don't use a food processor for the tomatoes though, or they'll end up more like a sauce.

Chopped up parsley smells sooooo good!

Mix everything together and you're done!

Happy summer cooking!

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At June 6, 2011 at 3:26 PM , Blogger ohkeeka said...

YUM! I love quinoa, but bulgur is a favorite too, so if I swipe this recipe, I may just have to include them both. :) And of course, I'd drown this in tahini, because that's how we do.


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