Another dish that adorned the table for thanksgiving dinner bringing in the global cuisine. Fresh vibrant and full of  antioxidants and flavor.

Your will need the following organic ingredients:

A bunch of curly leaf parsley chopped fine

1 red onion finely chipped

2 roma tomatoes chopped

2 persian cucumbers diced

1 cup of fine grain bulgur the has been soaked in hot water for about 20 mins. It should come out dry and fluffed. I soak it where the water is about 1/3 inch above the grain line.

The dressing is made using extra virgin olive oil, juice of 2 lemons, salt, pepper, a pinch of cayenne and a pinch of cumin.

Mix everything together and refrigerate for 30 mins. Serve as it or with toasted pita bread.


Published by Zeba@Food For The Soul

My life was nourished and nurtured in the beautiful vale of Kashmir painted with mountains, lakes, running streams and meadows that know no end. Now in another beautiful part of the world in the US, I cook for the love of good healthy food…that feeds the soul. I recreate recipes that shaped my history and culture. For the love of discovering life and all things that speak to you and urge you on to evolve, touches your soul and make your journey through life a fulfilling experience.

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