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bulgur

[′bəl·gər]
(food engineering)
A lightly milled wheat product that has been boiled, dehydrated, and cracked.
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production of our yearly supply of burghul, commonly known as cracked
bran and again spread the burghul on the sheets until all moisture was
In the last few years vegetarian and other health conscious people have become convinced that burghul is an excellent health food.
Unexcelled as a nourishing eatable, burghul has more food energy than corn meal; more iron than rice; less fat than uncooked wheat; six times more calcium than corn meal and three times more than rice; and more vitamins than barley, corn meal or rice.
Salads: Burghul & Chickpea, 91/6:86; Burghul & Cabbage, 91/6:86
At the hands of my mother, broad beans, burghul, chickpeas, eggs, grains, lentils, yogurt and all types of cultivated and wild greens, flavored by just the right amount of condiments, produced hearty, scrumptious and healthy meals.
Place burghul in bowl and add boiling water to it, let soak for about an hour, strain and remove excess water.
Eastern-style Burghul and Rice with Raisins and Spices are among the Jerusalem packer's newly introduced products.
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The highlight of the menu is the kebbeh jezzinieh, crispy burghul shells stuffed with rare meat, walnuts, tiny pieces of shwarma and deliciously sour goat labneh.
It is very light on the fat, the burghul and meat combined together as well as the spices made the taste very acceptable.
Fish and Burghul Patties Makes about 48 small patties Called fish kubba in the Greater Syria area in the Middle East, its land of origin, these patties are great when served as an appetizer or for a snack.