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burghul

(bɜːˈɡuːl)
n
(Cookery) another name for bulgur
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One of my favorite starters was their tabbouleh, a parsley salad with burghul and tomatoes.
These include brown rice, wholegrain pasta or bread, potatoes or burghul, which provide a more stable and sustainable source of energy in addition to fibre and minerals," said Dr Muraletharan.
This typically involves substantial export volumes and is problematic for the manufacturers or producers of the same products in the importing nation.) The association asked that Lebanese products be protected from the impact of these imported goods, which include detergents, aluminum, burghul, and wafers, through safeguard measures.
National dishes include kibbeh, which is made of burghul, minced onions, and finely-ground lean beef or lamb spiced and turned into a ball or patty, and tabouleh salad with parsley, tomatoes and burghul.
Imaging solutions vendor Canon Middle East, has partnered with Al Armali and Abul Burghul (AAB) Int Photographic Co, ba Kuwait-based photography company that offers a range of professional photography and videography cameras, accessories, equipment and services.
"The items were shared with our guests and the feedback was very impressive, especially judging by their facial expressions when they tried 'Burghul bil Bandoura'.
"A balanced main dish at Iftar should contain a source of carbohydrates like rice, pasta, potatoes or burghul, as well as some form of protein like beef, chicken or fish, in addition to cooked vegetables.
Chicken with Burghul Stuffing Dajaaj Mihshee bi-Burghul SERVES ABOUT 6 Pleasure, to the Arabs, was defined by drink, clothes, sex, scent, sound and food.
1 Soak the burghul for 5 minutes in just enough cold water to cover it.
The highlight of the menu is the kebbeh jezzinieh, crispy burghul shells stuffed with rare meat, walnuts, tiny pieces of shwarma and deliciously sour goat labneh.
Put burghul in a bowl with chopped spring onions, squeeze mixture so that the burghul absorbs flavour.
He has found a charming elderly lady, Usha Vaid, growing the most succulent Portobello mushrooms at her farm in Brijwasan, which are baked with a filling of burghul, smoked scarmoza cheese and fresh herbs (`290) at Spaghetti Kitchen.