Wonderful Bulgur Porridge Recipe With Vegetables for Breakfast

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  • 4Servings
  • 15 mPrep Time
  • 25 mCook Time
  • 40 mReady In
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Bulgur is one of the most fiber-rich cereals that is made from ordinary wheat. When processing cereals, the fibers remain intact and retain all the benefits of cereals. Cooking bulgur is insanely easy and simple! It goes well with vegetable oil, butter and any vegetables. Here’s a simple bulgur porridge recipe

Bulgur makes hearty breakfasts that provide energy for several hours. You can also eat bulgur with vegetables in the evenings, then dinner will be light and healthy.

Bulgur is undeservedly inferior in popularity to buckwheat and rice. At the same time, cereals are no less tasty and much more useful than the same white rice. The calorie content of cereals is not so high, but fiber and dietary fiber are present in maximum quantities.


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Step by step method

  • Step 1

    Peel the onion and bell pepper, cut into approximately the same size cubes. Chop the garlic very finely with a knife.

  • Step 2

    Peel the tomatoes and grate on a fine grater. If there are no tomatoes, you can do with only tomato paste.

  • Step 3

    In a deep frying pan or cauldron, heat the vegetable oil, add the onion and fry it until half cooked.

  • Step 4

    Put chopped garlic in a cauldron, then pepper. Stir fry lightly.

  • Step 5

    After 2-3 minutes, add grated tomatoes and tomato paste. Pour in a small amount of boiled water (2-3 tablespoons), mix thoroughly and cover. Simmer vegetables over medium heat for 10 minutes.

  • Step 6

    At this time, rinse the bulgur, then put it in a cauldron and mix thoroughly.

  • Step 7

    Pour in water or broth, salt, pepper, cover and cook over medium heat for a quarter of an hour.

  • Step 8

    Turn off the heat and let the dish cool down for a bit. It is advisable to wrap with a towel. Serve hot.

Tips & variations

  • Bulgur is an extremely healthy cereal with a low glycemic index of 45, which means that even diabetics can consume it. Bulgur garnish is easily absorbed and digested by the human body, does not create heaviness. If you are actively involved in sports, watch your diet - bulgur is exactly what you need for a balanced diet.

  • Bulgur contains potassium and iron, which are so important for the heart and blood vessels. Its use breaks down fats and cleanses the intestines of toxins and toxins.

  • Bulgur should not be consumed by people with gluten intolerance. With exacerbation of pancreatitis, the use of bulgur should be limited.

One Comment

  • Alexandra

    What an unusual dish with bulgur turned out. My family really liked this option for dinner. But they asked me to put more tomatoes and greens next time. And satisfying, and very useful, and really tasty.

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