Salad Series (Spring Couscous Tabbouleh Bowls)

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There are many variations of Tabbouleh, we love this light and fresh version for Spring. It’s a simple dish that kids can take ownership of for getting on the dinner table. Pair it with your favorite protein options for a complete dish.

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1 Hour 15 Minutes

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There are many variations of Tabbouleh, we love this light and fresh version for Spring. It’s a simple dish that kids can take ownership of for getting on the dinner table. Pair it with your favorite protein options for a complete dish.

For this class, you will need couscous, cucumber, tomatoes, fresh parsley, fresh mint, scallions, lemons, olive oil, salt, and pepper. Optional mix-ins/toppings: capers, olives, chickpeas, rotisserie chicken, grilled shrimp, roasted cauliflower, pickles, pickled onions, baby greens, hard-boiled egg, tahini, etc.

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    636 Broadway, NoHo, New York

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