Definition of tabbouleh in English:

tabbouleh

Syllabification: tab·bou·leh
Pronunciation: /təˈbo͞olē
 
/
(also tabouli)

noun

An Arab salad of cracked wheat mixed with finely chopped ingredients such as tomatoes, onions, and parsley.
More example sentences
  • New recipes arrived via people rather than books and my sister's summer in France introduced us to tabbouleh, ratatouille and real vinaigrette on salads.
  • Spoon a finely chopped mess of tomato, parsley and spring onions - a sort of lazy cook's tabbouleh - over a big dollop of it and serve it with grilled fish or lamb, roast chicken or spiced meatballs.
  • Lunch I'll make myself - usually some cold rice and salad with a dressing of olive oil, mustard, caraway seeds and garlic, or tabbouleh.

Origin

from Arabic tabbūla.

Definition of tabbouleh in:

Get more from Oxford Dictionaries

Subscribe to remove ads and access premium resources

Word of the day antebellum
Pronunciation: ˌantēˈbeləm
adjective
occurring or existing before a particular war…