What Makes Up the Tabbouleh spice Blend?
An Oriental Flavor Blend
For this blend, we have selected ingredients traditionally used in the recipe of Oriental tabbouleh.
We've picked mint for a fresh touch, parsley for its herbaceous notes, Aleppo pepper for its sun-dried tomato aroma and spiciness, garlic for its slight pungency, paprika for its moderately spicy, iodine, and strongly smoky notes, lime for a tangy twist, and finally, black pepper for woody scents and hints of fresh fruit. As you can tell, the flavors in this blend are bursting with richness and will elevate your preparations.
How to Use the Tabbouleh spice Blend in Cooking?
Tabbouleh can be used in various ways in cooking. It can be served as a side dish with meat, fish, or vegetables, or as a refreshing and light appetizer. It's also perfect for picnics and on-the-go lunches, as it's easy to transport and can be eaten cold.
While it's traditionally made with bulgur, it can also be prepared with quinoa for a lighter, gluten-free version.
To give your tabouleh a unique and delicious flavor, it's important to use high-quality spices found in the unique blend created by Terre Exotique.
Our tabouleh blend can be used not only in making homemade tabouleh but also in other recipes.
Here are some possible uses:
• Traditional Oriental tabouleh: add a tablespoon of the blend to your preparation (find the complete recipe on our blog);
• Marinated vegetables: marinate your vegetables with a few tablespoons of olive oil and a tablespoon of tabouleh blend;
• Minty falafels: add a tablespoon of tabouleh blend to your falafel mixture and mix;
• Salad: sprinkle a teaspoon of the blend on your salad.
What Does the Tabouleh Blend Taste Like?
Our tabouleh blend is a true explosion of flavors. Fresh, spicy, and slightly smoky, this blend simplifies the preparation of this iconic salad.
You can discover how spices can transform your cooking into a unique and delicious gastronomic journey.
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The Origins of Tabbouleh
Tabbouleh is a dish originating from Lebanon. This dish became popular worldwide because of its freshness and unique flavors.
It is traditionally made with bulgur, a type of cracked wheat, and finely chopped parsley, with touches of tomatoes, mint, lemon juice, and olive oil.
Nowadays, every country has its own recipe. In Morocco, for example, they add raisins. Mediterranean tabouleh includes smoked salmon.
Historians agree that tabouleh was first prepared in the Middle East in the 15th century, around the same time as the tomato.
Recipe Idea with the Tabbouleh spice Blend
|Ingredients||mint, garlic semolina (SULPHITES), parsley, paprika, Aleppo pepper,|
|black pepper, lime.|
|Allergen||Sulfites / Sulphites|
|TRACES EVENTUELLES D'ALLERGÈNES||céleri, sésame, moutarde, fruits à coques.|