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It’s Saturday morning, and I’ve been waiting all week to try this recipe by Bruce Weinstein and Mark Scarbrough, authors of The Ultimate Cookbook.

Here it is – although if you’d prefer sensible, easy to follow instructions rather than my crib notes, just stop by their blog, Real Food Has Curves.  I only used two tomatoes instead of four – the original recipe specified eight cherry toms, but I didn’t have any on hand.

The end result is a deliciously textured, flavoursome salad which will keep well in the fridge for several days.

One thing – I was speaking to my friend Dan from Tutus and Ladybeetles today, and she mentioned that she uses couscous in her tabbouleh rather than bulgur (or as it’s known here, burghul).  According to Wiki, the two cereals are actually quite similar, although bulgur is lower in GI and therefore probably a bit better for you.  But if you’re having trouble finding it, couscous would probably make an acceptable substitute (sorry, Bruce!).

Today’s lunch is tabbouleh with roasted chicken breast and  Pete’s marinated feta.  Simple and perfect!

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