This delicious dish was fairly easy to make and tastes delicious! I soaked the bulgur in water before adding it to the pot, which I don't think I was supposed to do, as the vegetable broth would have probably softened it nicely. I will try it that way next time. This dish has a wonderful Mediterranean flavor, and can be served hot or cold. I added the juice of 1 lemon instead of just 3 tablespoons, and I thought it really added flavor.
Fresh Herb & Lemon Bulgur Pilaf
From EatingWell: March/April 2009
This pilaf, made with nutty bulgur, gets plenty of bright flavor from fresh dill, mint, parsley, ginger and lemon.
5 Reviews for Fresh Herb & Lemon Bulgur Pilaf
The night of I added some tofu with it and had it warm. The next day had it cold for lunch and the flavor had just merryed all together it was so good and simple to make
I was trying the New Year Resolution to eat more grains and found this recipe. All the flavors are perfect! I even had my husband and 4-year-old daughter eat all of theirs! i did cut the recipe in half, because 6 cups sounded like a lot. I had seconds and there's still two servings left. Great crunch from the walnuts. This is a keeper!
Couldn't find bulgur at the grocery store (Safeway, of course...) so used a wild rice blend instead and it was awesome. Even my 5 year old ate all of hers.
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