I've never had Tabbouleh Salad before, but always wondered what it tastes like. I knew it had lots of parsley in it being that I stare at it everytime I'm shopping at Whole Foods and walk by the salad bar. The farthest I've gotten with bulgur is using it in a meatloaf so trying it in bread sounded interesting! I'm not sure if this helps with knowing the correct pronunciation, but Tabbouleh is also known as tabouleh or tab(b)ouli according to Wikipedia. It is a Levantine salad typically containing bulgur, parsley, mint, tomato, and spring onion, seasoned with lemon juice and olive oil.
I decided to keep it simple for my first loaf and just made an oval. Here it is proofing on my pizza pan covered with saran wrap (the only change I made was to use two cloves of garlic for half the recipe):