Bulgur: Bulgur (a word coming from the Turkish bulgur, of Persian origin which means parboiled wheat) is durum wheat germinated, dried and crushed, widely used in the cuisine of countries of the Middle East.
We also write bulgur, bulghur, boulghur, burghul, borghol, bourghol.
Origin of bulgur: Bulgur is widely used in the cuisine of Middle Eastern countries, especially in Syrian and Lebanese cuisine (tabbouleh, kebbeh, burghol mjadra ...), but also in Iraq almost as a main course ...
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