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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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Place burghul in bowl and add boiling water to it, let soak for about an hour, strain and remove excess water.
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.
Often the kubbah, usually a meat and burghul dish, but vegetables such as potatoes or pumpkins could be the main ingredient.
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.
Main dishes: Burghul Pottage, 91/6:86; Ham (Coon, Chevon, or Venison) & Beans, 91/6:81; Pizza on the woodstove, 91/6:84; Burghul with Fish Fillet, 91/6:86; Middle Eastern Meat Pie, 91/6:87
Salads: Burghul & Chickpea, 91/6:86; Burghul & Cabbage, 91/6:86
Aside from the ground meat, the next major ingredient was burghul, which she bought in Central Falls, Rhode Island, a small city next to Pawtucket that had a huge population of Syrian and Lebanese immigrants.
The recipe in the "Burghul" article under the name "Middle Eastern Meat Pie" is what he should use.
This was an important yearly task for us children in, the age-old method of producing our yearly supply of burghul. We had to find enough wood to be able to boil two bushels of wheat until the kernels were cooked.
However, finding the wood for cooking was only the first task in the making of burghul. After the wheat was well done, it had to be spread on white sheets in the sun to eliminate the moisture.
"If Noth Americans only ate burghul, we could easily sell our
production of our yearly supply of burghul, commonly known as cracked