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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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Squeeze out excess water from bulghur using hands or paper towel.
It was a bit of an experiment by Tracy, my wife, and it worked very well indeed, the nutty taste and bouncy texture of the bulghur complementing the prawns, squid and chicken perfectly.
Meanwhile, place the bulghur wheat in a saucepan and cover with boiling water.
This "meatloaf" is a mixture of bulghur, ground meat, chopped onions, and a series of spices.
Kibbeh, a paste of soaked bulghur and lamb, is generally accepted as the national dish of Lebanon, whether served raw, baked or fried.
Learn to prepare delicious North African specialties such as couscous, hummus, tabouleh and bulghur as a delightful change from meat.
With burners and ovens turned on, they boiled the brine of hearts of palm with bulghur wheat for tropical tabbouleh salad.
AMMO'S dinner menu features Wolfson's Crispy Niman Ranch Pork Belly with Roasted Shallots, Pickled Cherries and Charred Grapefruit; Salt Roasted Baby Beets with Fromage Blanc, Niman Ranch Bacon, Walnuts and Frisee; Pan Roasted Sonoma Duck Breast with Toasted Bulghur, Peaches, Kumquats, Honey Gastrique and Duck Jus; and Sauteed Sea Scallops with Grilled Endive, Leek-Radicchio Salad and Watermelon Gazpacho.
Three varieites of the bulghur wheat patties, usually stuffed with minced lamb, are available -- classic, chicken (also new
95) translates into a large platter holding hummus, the paste made with garbanzos; baba ghanoush, the eggplant dip; the chopped parsley and bulghur salad known as tabbouleh; stuffed grape leaves (here called "warak enab") and a few crunchy falafel spheres.