Couscous Tabouleh Recipe
 

 

For a couple of years, I had lunch in a canteen. There I have always taken tabbouleh as starter. The main reason for doing so was his good quantity/price ratio. Even if its taste was slightly like […]

For a couple of years, I had lunch in a canteen. There I have always taken tabbouleh as starter. The main reason for doing so was his good quantity/price ratio. Even if its taste was slightly like as if it was bought already cook, it was quite acceptable. This ratio does not change if the tabbouleh is prepared at home, because its ingredients are very cheap and can come in handy for  dinner or for bringing it to a picnic.

This recipe is the most popular version of tabbouleh in France and can be found everywhere, in restaurants and supermarkets. It is almost always the same recipe, no matter where you eat it, with some minor variations. Although it is sure that the recipe in their country of origin varies a lot, as any other dish prepared outside its borders.

Couscous Tabouleh Recipe

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Serves: 4 Time: Difficulty: Easy
 
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Tengo un no sé qué con el cuscús. Una vez lo preparé en casa y no he querido volver a tocarlo, aunque sigo pensando que posiblemente fui yo, que no lo preparé bien, pero no me sabía a nada (lo hice con caldo, y luego le posimos cositas, pero no sé) y tenía una consistencia horrible (una plasta, vamos). Sin embargo una vez lo probé (en París, precisamente :P) como guarnición en un plato, y me gustó bastante. Pero sigo teniendo terror a prepararlo, El tuyo tiene buena pinta, y está servido muy bonito. No sé si algún día me… Read more »

 
 
 
 
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