Best lunch ever! Tabouleh wheat grass salad recipe

My dear friend and old neighbor introduced this Taboule wheat salad to me a few years ago,
and lately, I haven't been able to get enough!

I make it once a week for lunch
{each box provides three days worth of meals for me}
and wanted to share one of my favorite recipes with you.
It's a great healthy meal and it's quick to throw together.

{Just so you know I'm not crazy, there are a few ways that Near East spells this product}

These are the things you will need:
Near East Tabouleh wheat salad mix
crumbled feta {about 1/4 cup}
cucumber {you will use half}
green olives 

Follow the directions on the package for your wheat salad.
You simply add boiling water, stir, cover and refrigerate for a half an hour.
No cooking required.

 Chop your cucumber and tomato and add them to your chilled wheat salad

sprinkle your feta cheese on top and add as many olives as you would like.
I love green olives so I add a lot!
You can add a few tablespoons of olive oil, but instead, I like to add a few tablespoons of olive juice.
Cut your lemon in half and squeeze the juice over your salad.

Mix all of that goodness together and enjoy!
You can serve your tabouleh salad on top of a bed of romaine if you would like.

I think you will love it as much as I do!


Trish said...

That sounds so good! I'm willing to give anything with feta a try :)

Nicole said...

This looks yummy. My family is not really a tabouleh fan but I might try this for myself sometime!

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