jerusalem fruit tabbouleh
This rabbouleh recipe is brought to you by Dole Sunshine, however, all of the recipe development and creative food artistry, including the photography, is solely the work of Ally in her Kitchen. For more information CLICK~
My trip to Israel as a guest of Stand with Us and Taste of Israel was a virtual week of culinary and cultural exploration~~I learned so many things about Israeli and Middle Eastern foods, which I happen to have embraced and love even before I was invited~~hummm, maybe that’s why I was invited! Besides doing lifetime experience things like floating in the Dead Sea and going to The Church of the Sepulcher in Old Jerusalem, I and my six blogging comrades from around the world and from different blogging ‘disciplines’ (travel, journalism, etc.) had two cooking school experiences, plus we dined in 5-star restaurants as well as the family-style Druze village eating at Nora’s Restaurant in Haifa. I even learned little things like how to properly pronounce ‘humus’~~say, “whooooo mus’~~that’s the real way to say it~~no ‘hummm’ to it!
So this tabbouleh is a creation that I wanted to explore with fruit, and using the great packaged products of Dole Packaged products, I was able to achieve something that just rocked the charts with flavor! Now this photo was even featured at the Las Vegas airport during the 2013 World Food Championships~~how cool is that to walk up to baggage claim and suddenly see my ‘Jerusalem Fruit Tabbouleh’…be sure to listen for the sounds of cooking’~~come take a peek!
Oh, here’s a fabulous another fabulous recipe using Dole Packaged Foods’ fruit! And, come see how it netted me 25k! Click Here!
jerusalem fruit tabbouleh
I’m a big fan of tabbouleh and the fruity additions sound tasty too.
Thank you, Caroline! It’s a nice twist and change!
This sound fabulous I was hoping I found the right one with fruit in it! this one is fantastic. I love this idea of adding fruits!
Claudia! Thank you, luv…yes, the fruit is a sweet addition and quite unexpected. It softens the sometimes ‘bitterness’ of all the parsley!!
Looks so good! Love the option of using any fruit that can take me through Winter!
Thank you, sweet Samantha! yes, the fruit is a great change…and, thanks for hanging out here w/me!! xo ~ally
This looks amazing! I love all of the fruit!
Thank you, Lane! It’s a new twist and exciting for the palate! Thanks for visiting!! xo
I love all the flavors and textures in this dish!
Renee, my dear!! Thank you!!! You’re spot on! xo ~ally
Looks really good!!
Thank you, Matt!! I’m so happy you’re here!! xo ~~ally
Ally, this looks so………. good! I love tabbouleh but you have certainly taken it over the top! Love all the colors, flavors and textures in this!
Thanks, Chris…it was just so refreshing, too!! You’re so awesome w/all your support…love having you hang out w/me in the keeechin! xoxo
Fruit Tabbouleh… so elegant, versatile, vibrant and fragrant 🙂
I have all the ingredients in stock right now, why don’t I make it for lunch? – Thanks for making my Sunday.
Nusrat…YOU, my luv, have made my week…thank you for visiting and spreading your serene luv and happiness…I hope you enjoy the fruit tabbouleh as much as I delighted in creating it…you are a sweet angel ~~hugs & luv ~~ally