from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Cracked wheat grains, often used in Middle Eastern dishes. Also called bulgur wheat.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. wheat grains that have been steamed, dried and crushed; a staple of Middle Eastern cooking.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. parched crushed wheat.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. parched crushed wheat
The bulgur is a very interesting and unexpected ingredient.
Cracked wheat is another name, though not entirely accurate - it can also be called bulgur, bulgar, bulger, bulghur or burghal.
It’s an extraordinary dish and made even more so by the bulgur, which is cooked right in the stewing liquid.
Eat plenty of whole grains, such as bulgur wheat and brown rice
He squirts lemon juice on the lentil and bulgur wheat appetizers to enhance the subtle punch of the Oriental spices.
For a nice midsummer picknick – mushroom and zucchini quiche, homegrown cherry tomatoes and sugar peas, and bulgur.
Maybe on election day, after you vote, you can eat a bulgur-wheat frosted cupcake.
But, the gratuitous insults, whoa. ‘bulgur-wheat frosted cupcake’?
I love layering roasted vegetables with a cooked grain like quinoa or farro or bulgur and fresh herbs and raw greens, like spinach or arugula.
The volume of Mediterranean-influenced recipes will inspire you to stock up on whole wheat flour (for fig muffins stuffed with honeyed goat cheese) and bulgur (to be flecked with butter-roasted almonds and cinnamon) or—gasp!