Hello Everyone! Today we are going to make bulgur pilaf with green lentils. I don’t know about you but I eat bulgur pilaf every day for my healthy diet. I don’t like to eat bread with food. Bulgur pilaf is much healthier and more satisfying than bread. Not to mention the high fiber it contains. If you are interested in a healthy diet, you can consume three to five tablespoons of plain and low-fat bulgur pilaf instead of a slice of bread at your meals. Now let’s get to bulgur pilaf with green lentils. As if this dish was found in response to those who say we can make bulgur pilaf healthier. The vegetable protein source green lentil met with fiber source bulgur, and this delicious meal emerged. Just try it, and you will love love love! Read more
Today we are going to cook one of the most traditional recipe in Turkey. “Fellah Koftesi” is made with bulgur and semolina and covered with a delicious sour tomato sauce. The recipe’s itself is very simple but I’ll admit that it’s also very time consuming. It takes about 3 hours to make this heavenly dish. But when you will taste it, you’ll see that it worth to your trouble. Just try fellah koftesi and you will love love love! Read more
Since now you must be mastered at cooking rice pilaf, we can now also cook bulgur pilaf. Because at some point everybody needs some changes right 🙂 Bulgur pilaf is a very easy to make recipe, it’s as delicious as rice pilaf and it’s more healthy choice because it contains less carbs. Just try it and you will love love love! Read more
It’s a salad! It’s an appetizer! It’s a whole meal! It’s everything you can expect from bulgur!
Just try this simple bulgur salad recipe and you will love love love! Read more