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Fresh Fennel and Brussels Sprouts Tabbouleh

4-6 Servings

40 minutes 25 minutes active

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Classic tabbouleh tosses summery tomatoes, cucumbers and herbs with nutty, nubby bulgur. For this riff on the perennial favorite, we switched to cool-weather Brussels sprouts and fennel and make a sweet-tart dressing by combining dark, syrupy pomegranate molasses with olive oil and a touch of cinnamon. We also use coarse bulgur—and a good amount of it—to make the salad more grain-centric. A food processor fitted with the thin (2-millimeter) slicing disk makes quick work of the vegetable prep, but, if you prefer, the vegetables also can be sliced by hand. This tabbouleh is delicious either at room temperature or slightly chilled.

4-6

Servings

Tip

Don’t forget to rinse the hydrated bulgur before adding it to the vegetables. Rinsing stops the cooking process and cools down the bulgur so its heat doesn’t cause the vegetables to wilt and lose their texture. If your fennel bulb has feathery fronds attached, don’t discard them. Chop the fronds and sprinkle them on as a garnish along with the almonds.

40 minutes

25 minutes active

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Reviews
kathleen h.
November 23, 2022
YES
You can first make the dressing in the food processer ( steel knife) switch to 2mm disc and drop the veggies in. After soaking your bulgar drain it and then let it dry a bit on a kitchen towel