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  • n. Alternative spelling of bulgur.

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Examples

  • There are various grades of Burghul and this salad uses fine burghul which is about the size of sugar crystals.

    Archive 2008-07-01

  • Teresa drains the water from the cracked wheat the Lebanese call burghul, and folds it into the spiced meat—they’re having kibbeh tonight.

    Fall On Your Knees

  • Instead of the fancy fusion stuff I made only for myself, she would teach me how to make Lebanese peasant food—mlukhieh, sayyadiyeh, burghul wa banadura, kibbeh nayeh.

    Day of Honey

  • “We have zaatar, we have burghul; we can live for two months.”

    Day of Honey

  • You can grab a local speciality – kibbeh burghul (balls of meat, pistachios and bulgar flour) – and wash it down with fresh pomegranate juice; you can have a haircut and get measured for a wedding or a funeral; you can buy timeless fashion accessories such as Kurdish pants – they grip your ankles but allow plenty of air to move above with four yards of heavy woollen cloth in the waist.

    Why Syria scrubs up so well

  • Also known as bulgar, bulgour, or burghul, this very versatile food, is believed to have been first eaten in the Euphrates Valley as far back as 5000 BC.

    FRUITY TABOULI! (AND SOME INFO ABOUT BULGUR WHEAT)

  • A week or so ago, there was baba ganoush, closely followed with tabouli - not the version where burghul cracked wheat dominates, but the parsley salad favoured by those of Lebanese extraction, where burghul is just a hint, not a highlight.

    At My Table

  • Fully the burghul and then spread it out on paper towels to help remove all excess water.

    Tabbouleh

  • It's important that the burghul is left as dry as possible.

    Tabbouleh

  • Rinse the burghul and then place it in a bowl with enough hot water to cover it.

    Archive 2008-07-01

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