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bulgur with spinach roasted tomato and lebnah


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Ingredients

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bulgur

  • 150g fine cracked wheat (bourghul)
  • 250g cold water
  • 2 cloves garlic, peeled
  • 1 onion
  • 20g olive oil
  • bag Spinach Leaves, i used silverbeet because i had in garden
  • 4 Oven roasted tomatoes, instructions in tips
  • 4tbs ledneh, drain natural yoghurt for 1hour or so over night instructions on jeodon
  • Salt and pepper to season as desired
  • 1tbs veggie stock
  • 1 bunch Fresh Mint Shredded
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Recipe's preparation

    bulgur
  1. add onion chop 3secs speed5 add oil and cook veroma/speed2/rev/3mins add chopped garlic and cook further 2mins/rev/ veroma /speed 2


     


    add bulgur /stock and water and cook 5mins/90/rev/speed 1 check if done add few more mins if needed


     


    put spinach  in thermoserver and put bulger on top stir through mint 


     


    serve topped with tomato and lebneh


     

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Tip

drizzle halved tomato with harrisa paste or chilli flakes and a little balsamic vinagar and bake in oven for 30mins 200c


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  • Tastes great. Will make

    Submitted by Lee M on 25. August 2016 - 17:28.

    Tastes great. Will make again. Maybe a bit too much stock paste as it was a too salty. I used frozen spinach and cooked it in with the bulgur. Also roasted pumpkin to go with the tomatoes. Didn't make cheese. Will use Greek yoghurt if I want. And unfortunately didn't have mint but will next time. Thank you for this simple recipe, a success for my first time cooking bulgur.

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