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6 servings (serving size: about 3/4 cup)

Great with grilled chicken, lamb, or salmon, this side-dish salad also packs well for a picnic. Almost any fruit would work well in place of nectarines--try apricots, peaches, or figs.

How to Make It

Combine bulgur and 1 cup boiling water in a large bowl. Cover and let stand 1 hour. Stir in nectarines and remaining ingredients except nuts; toss well. Sprinkle with nuts.

Ratings & Reviews

foodieforpeace's Review

April 03, 2012

VictorChris's Review

July 28, 2011
This was a huge hit at a casual get-together I had with friends. I made it as is and it was delicious.

thenerd's Review

July 16, 2011
My family and I loved this salad. I used apricots, as I had received some from my CSA. It is a wonderfully light side dish for the summer months. I used the 3T of olive oil and 3T of white balsamic and found the amount to be perfect. It wasn't oily or soupy at all.

mnmnmnmn's Review

June 01, 2010
Great recipe, have made it twice in the last week, once with grilled fish at home and once for family cookout on Memorial day. Is great cold salad for hot summertime weather. Did not find it oily as other reviewer mentioned, using high quality balsamic gives nice sweet/sour balance of flavors. Better next day after cooled in fridge over night.

texicat's Review

Mary Ruth
May 21, 2010
I didn't like this one. I was expecting a range of contrasting flavors, but instead it was overwhelmingly vinegary and oily. Won't be making this one again!

Mystikhrs's Review

July 26, 2010
I made this for the first time for my "healthy" potluck at work. Everyone just LOVED it!!! I know that two co-workers made it that wknd 4 BBQs they went to. The longer it sits, the better the flavor. Try it out!

skspillman's Review

June 21, 2010
Followed the recipe exactly, except I substituted sliced almonds for the pistachios. Served alongside grilled chicken. Tasted light and summery. I will make this again.

Cuisinia's Review

July 22, 2012

shannon9585's Review

July 25, 2010
I was really set on making this recipe, but my grocery store was out of cracked wheat. I decided to use pearl barley instead, thinking it would still be a good salad. I may try making it again with cracked wheat, as it was just ok with the barley. Overall it was kind of bland and tasted like it needed something else (honey maybe?). I found it quite oily as well and would definitely reduce both the oil and vinegar if I made it again.

Mary Ruth's Review

June 25, 2010
We found it somewhat bland, it needed something but couldn't decide what. May really just need to sit and meld flavors.