Tabbouleh or tabule is an Arabic Typical dish that is usually cooked in summer because it turns out to be very refreshing. It’s done with bulgur wheat, an amazing cereal with a slightly sweet touch. But if you can’t find it, you can use couscous.
Usually, bulgur is mixed with some lettuce and tomato but I wanted to make something different so I used Pico de Gallo (fusion cuisine, you know). Where I use green pepper, you can use green chilli but I preferred to keep it fresh, not spicy.
Add some lime juice and a handful of fresh coriander and it’s ready. Also, if you don’t like coriander, you can use traditional parsley (fresh, please).