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The tartness of lemon juice plus the refreshing fragrance of mint make this a dish that will brighten any meal. Burghul is a form of cracked wheat that cooks fast and easily.
Use couscous instead of burghul. Just cover the couscous with boiling water and soak for 5 minutes.
*Burghul provides a number of nutrients, including protein, niacin, insoluble fibre, phyto-oestrogens and vitamin E, all of which work to keep your heart healthy. Plus, it is a great source of potassium which is very helpful for controlling high blood pressure.
*Burghul is a good, low-fat complex carbohydrate. It contains useful amounts of some of the B vitamins, particularly B1, as well as copper and iron.