Bulgur, also known as cracked wheat, is a healthy cereal that is used in a variety of tasty recipes including tabbouleh, burgers, stews and salads.
Tabbouleh is delicious, healthy and very easy to make but it is always best eaten on the day that it is made.
This tabbouleh salad is made into a full meal with the addition of king prawns. They are perfect with the mint and lemon.
Very basic yet tasty side that goes well with roasted chicken or kebabs. Any type of dried fruit can be used, such as sultanas or dried apricots, but I prefer cranberries.
This is a Swedish bread which is called 'limpa.' You can also use wholemeal flour if you can't find rye flour or don't like it.
This is a super heathy wholemeal bread which contains sunflower seeds, bulgur, linseed and honey. These quantities make six loaves so halve if necessary.
This is a delicious vegetarian stew which is full of flavour and colour. You can make it vegan by omitting the Parmesan cheese at the end if you like.
This fabulous salad is based on bulghur wheat and generously flavoured with fresh herbs. It is best prepared ahead to give time for all the wonderful flavours to mingle.
Lebanese kibbeh with a difference - no meat and it's baked not grilled, fried or barbecued. An excellent vegetarian dish for your next Lebanese feast!
This is a single dish meal which I created myself. It is very easy and very tasty . All the ingredients are healthy and low fat.
You are sure to enjoy this take on Moroccan lamb pilaf. Boneless lamb meat, celery, bulghur and onion are graced with hints of cinnamon and allspice.