Kale, Apple, Walnut and Sumac Onion Tabbouleh
Solomonov writes, “Here in the U.S. tabbouleh is generally made with bulgur wheat, parsley, lemon juice, and chopped tomatoes. But in Israel it is very unlikely that you will find it made the same way in two different kitchens. Kale has the same advantage as parsley (it doesn’t wilt from the acid in lemon juice, so you can prepare the salad in advance) and is an excellent alternative. During the fall, I added apples and crushed walnuts, which mimic and can even replace the bulgur for a wheat-free version.” Solomonov and Cook have recently brought their Philadelphia-based Dizengoff and Federal Donuts restaurants to Miami’s Wynwood district.
1/2 cup diced apple
Note: To remove seeds from pomegranates, cut the pomegranate in half crosswise. Working over a bowl, take a sturdy wooden spoon and hit the back of the pomegranate half several times. The seeds will fall out into the bowl. Turn the pomegranate and continue until all the seeds are extracted. Discard any white membrane that may fall into the bowl.
Yield: 4 to 6 servings
Simple Sumac Onions
Yield: About 1 cup
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