Taboulé with hemp seeds is a dish with a special combination of nutrients.
Taboulé originally comes from Arabic cuisine and consists of parsley, bulgur, tomatoes, olive oil and lemon juice, seasoned with fresh peppermint. In the raw kitchen, we use hemp seeds instead of bulgur.
Hemp seeds have the optimal omega-6 to omega-3 fatty acid ratio of 3:1. They’re a very valuable source of protein, have a high content of vitamins B1, B2 and E and minerals calcium, magnesium, potassium and iron.
See also the article “Healthier with hemp seeds“.
Parsley has a high content of vitamins A, B and C, contains many minerals including iron, potassium and calcium and is rich in chlorophyll. Parsley has a detoxifying effect and can help prevent kidney and bladder stones. This popular culinary herb comes in varieties with curly and with smooth leaves.
HEMP SEED TABOULÉ
- 1 large bunch parsley
- 1 handful mint
- ½ cup peeled hemp seeds
- 1-2 tomatoes (depending on size)
- Juice of ½ lemon
- 5 dried tomatoes in oil plus 2 tablespoons of oil
- 1 tablespoon yeast flakes
- Finely chop the parsley and mint and place in a bowl.
- Dice the tomatoes, chop the dried tomatoes, pour the remaining ingredients over the herbs and mix well.
- Season to taste. If desired, serve with a serving ring.
- Garnish and it‘s ready to eat!
We love taboulé with hemp seeds!
This taboulé is very nutritious, quickly prepared and therefore extremely suitable for everyday use. And of course, it’s super healthy!
Instead of parsley, you can also use different wild herbs. In the picture below you can see a variation with chickweed.
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