French Taboulé

Are you looking for a refreshing and healthy summer dish that will satisfy your taste buds? Look no further than the French version of tabbouleh, made with durum wheat semolina (couscous) and featuring a perfect balance of tomatoes, mint, onion, and the key ingredients that tie it all together: olive oil and lemon juice. This light and vibrant dish offers a delightful mix of flavors and textures, making it a popular choice for picnics, barbecues, or simply a light meal on a warm day. The combination of fluffy couscous, juicy tomatoes, fragrant mint, and zesty lemon will transport you straight to the Mediterranean with each bite. While traditional tabbouleh focuses heavily on parsley, this French twist allows the other ingredients to shine, creating a harmonious blend that is both refreshing and satisfying. It's a dish that not only tastes delicious but also looks beautiful on the plate, making it a feast for the eyes as well. Whether you're a fan of Mediterranean cuisine or simply looking to add more variety to your summer menu, this French tabbouleh is a must-try. Join me in the kitchen as we explore the flavors of this classic dish and discover a new favorite for your culinary repertoire. Bon appétit!

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