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bulgur

, bulghur (bŭl′gŭr, bul′) [Turkish, bulğur fr Persian]
Wheat kernels that have been boiled and then allowed to dry. It is a cereal grain with a lowglycemic index.
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In a large bowl, mix the minced lamb, burghul, lentils, parsley and egg without squashing the ingredients too much as there should be a wholesome feel and texture to the burgers.
Burghul and Chickpea Salad Safsoof Serves about 8 This salad becomes crunchier, and tastier if 1/2 cup of dried chickpeas is substituted for the 1 cup of cooked.
Salads: Burghul & Chickpea, 91/6:86; Burghul & Cabbage, 91/6:86
Soups & stews: Beef or Venison Stew, 91/6:82; Burghul & Egg Soup, 91/6:86; Cabbage Soup, 91/6:87; Chicken Soup, Heady, 91/6:81; Country Potato Soup, 91/6:83; Mock Clam-Fish Chowder, 91/6:83
Of course, as children we never looked forward to our burghul making day.
You can purchase burghul from any Middle Eastern store, some health food outlets and in a good number of supermarkets in large cities.
In parts of Europe and North America, it has been only in the last few decades that burghul has become known to some extent by a segment of the population.
In the last few years vegetarian and other health conscious people have become convinced that burghul is an excellent health food.
production of our yearly supply of burghul, commonly known as cracked
bran and again spread the burghul on the sheets until all moisture was
Today, this method of making burghul is only a historic memory.
Unsurpassed as a nourishing edible, burghul has more food energy