"I call this fake tabbouleh because it doesn't have any burghul in it as you'd normally expect. Instead I've used amaranth, a grain that's as ancient as that other superfood, quinoa. It has an unusual slippery texture that I love and it's full of flavour, too. Everyone has their own version of tabbouleh; this is mine."
Note Amaranth grain is available from select health-food shops. Fried shallots are available from Asian grocers.
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