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Bulgur Wheat Pilaf With Tomatoes


-2 cup of bulgur wheat
-2 tomatoes
-3 Italian peppers
-1 tbsp. of tomato paste
-1 tbsp. of butter
-4 tbsp. of cooking oil (corn oil)
-Half teaspoon of black pepper
-2 teaspoon of salt

-Chop an onion finely and roast it in a big pot using some cooking oil.
-Keep roasting while you are adding grates tomatoes and choppend italian peppers.
-Add the butter and the salt.

-Wash the bulgar wheat and add it in to the pan, cook for 2 minutes and then add 3 glass of boiling water.
-Cook it untill the bulgur soaks in all the water. Then turn the heat of, and leave the pilaf for brewing for approx. 30 minutes.

-Serve when its warm.

Bon Appetit!

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  1. I cooked this and it was delicious, exactly what I hoped it would be having recently had it in a Turkish restaurant. I worked to half the ingredient measurements which I found was enough to serve 4 people and is about 250 calories a serving.

  2. This is the very first recipe from your channel that i tried and it is a very good breakfast alternative to the regular sweet bulgar dish that we have 🙂

  3. We tried this with brown coarse bulgur we bought from our nearest Lebanese supermarket and added left over bits of chicken and one preserved lemon chopped very small. Delicious!

  4. Hej!
    Thanks for these super delicious recipes 😉 I tried it this recipe with minced beef n it was ommmmmha……
    Thank u so much.

  5. thk u very very much 🙂 I tried this recipe and the bulgur was so delicious . I'm not turkish but i like your specialities! thxxx

  6. i eat bulgur for the first time during my trip to turkey 2 years ago. fell in love with bulgur right away. now i cook it all the time, only with malaysian twist. i add some additional flavour such as curry, tom yam, or briyani powder. so delicious! dont forget roasted chicken. yummy!

  7. Unhealthy with all that oil and butter. Also cooking in the peppers kills the nutrition and removes the colour from fresh green to a dull look. I'd modify your recipe to not cook the veggies with the bulgar wheat. Separate it and then toss it together in the end. I would not add butter at all. And instead of that much oil, I would perhaps use only 1 teaspoon of oil. Perhaps you need to watch the documentary Forks Over Knives

  8. Great recipe, thanks. I'd sauté the onions for much longer and on a higher heat if I were you though, gives the ultimate product a really great smokey taste.

  9. thank you so much for a ll your delicious recipes, i havh tested three of them and they delicious, turkish food is one of the most delicious and healthy food in the world

  10. Looks lovely. I normally have rice cooked this way, but I want to experiment with bulgar wheat as it's healthier than both white and brown rice. Thanks for sharing.

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