How to Make Bulgur

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Author Notes: Bulgur is a delicious way to eat whole grains in a wide variety of recipes. It is has a fluffy texture and is very filling. Palouse Brand

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Serves 5

  • 2 cups water
  • 1 cup hard red winter wheat berries
  1. Place water in large bowl.
  2. Add wheat and allow to soak until the liquid is absorbed and wheat is tender, approximately 1 hour.
  3. Thoroughly drain and pat wheat berries dry.
  4. Spread drained wheat berries thinly on a baking or cookie sheet and place in oven at 200° until dry enough to crack easily, usually about an hour. Crack wheat in a grain mill, blender or with a zip lock bag and a rolling pin.
  5. Sift out the smallest flour-like bits (they will form a paste you don’t want in your recipe.

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