Adventures in Healthier Eating with 2 Kids and a Picky Husband

Bulgur with Peas and Pomegranate

7 WWPP Posted by 7 years ago 13 Comments

This weeks video is a repost of my new favorite dish, Fried Bulgur with Peas and Pomegranate. I wanted to get you guys a real recipes with nutritional info instead of just the idea I posted a few weeks back.

Here’s the “official” recipe.Idea: Fried Bulgur with Peas and Pomegranate

  • 1 cup cooked bulgur – preferably prepared with veggies ad broth for maximum flavor
  • 1/2 cup peas
  • 2oz fresh pomegranate seeds
  • 1 tbsp low sodium soy sauce
  • 1/2 tsp ground ginger
  • 1/4 tsp garlic powder
  • 1/4 tsp onion powder
  • 1/2 tsp dried parsley

Heat a non-stick skillet over medium heat, spray with non-stick cooking spray. Add the cooked bulgur and break apart, cooking for a minute.

Idea: Fried Bulgur with Peas and Pomegranate  step 1 Idea: Fried Bulgur with Peas and Pomegranate  Step 2

Add the peas, stir in. Sprinkle with spices and add soy sauce. Stir, and cook for a few minutes combining the flavors. Add the pomegranate, mix in. Cook for another minute.

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Remove from heat and EAT! :)

Approx Nutritional Information per serving
Servings Amt per Serving
1 Entire Recipe – About 2 Cups
Calories Fat Fiber WWPs
270 1g 12g old: 5 new: 7
Sugar Sat Fat Carbs Protein
14g 0g 59g 11g

See other recipes using: bulgur, ginger, peas, pomegranate, soy sauce


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    Annette

    December 9, 2008

    looks like a really good combo of flavors. I'll have to hit the store when our winter storm is gone ;) and try it on the family. YOu have the BEST ideas! Reply

    Liz

    December 9, 2008

    it looks super yummy Roni! I want to make it when I get home for winter break. I love your sweater by the way, the color looks great on you! Reply

    Krista S.

    December 10, 2008

    Roni this looks great! And I agree with Liz about your sweater! Beautiful. Reply

    Bonnie

    December 11, 2008

    I made this, Roni, from your "idea", and it WAS delicious! I think I need to make it again...I have all the ingredients. I'm nuts about pomegranates now, too. I've bought 3 of them this year, and I'm going to pick up 2 or 3 more tonight when I grocery shop. I love your ideas and they're always right on. THANK YOU! Reply

    Liz

    December 13, 2008

    Roni - This is an AWESOME mix of flavors. I made it w/ brown rice, fresh ginger and onion. I left off the soy sauce, just to really cut the salt, and the ginger really popped. Thanks for introducing me to how to use pomegranate! Liz Reply

    Melissa M.

    December 14, 2008

    I tried this today. OMG! It was wonderful! I need to play around some more with cooking bulgur though. This was my first time using it and I think I may have overcooked it because it was a bit sticky. I will definitely be making this again though. I was sad when the bowl was empty! LOL Reply

    Ideanna

    December 14, 2008

    OMG RONI!!! This dish is AMAZING!!! Not only was it delicious but it was so easy to cook. It took me like only 5 minutes. This will be a dish that I'll try making for the family. The flavors and smells made me feel that I had just ordered it from a chinese restaurant. Reply

    Meghan

    December 27, 2008

    Roni- I made this tonight and it was soo good! I am not a huge fan of peas so I substituted Edamame! YUM! It made me feel healthy eating it cause of all the benefits of soy and pomengranate! I will definitley be making this again! Reply

    dee

    January 5, 2009

    I made a few adaptations, as I didn't have all the ingredients - namely fresh garlic and ginger and a pinch of chilli powder. The result was totally delish. My 6ft 18 year old "toddler" loved preparing the pomegranate as much as your little boy. We also made garlic mushrooms to go with it. This is a sure fire winner - pity there is only another month that pomegranates are in season ( yes we are now into them). Porridge (we live in Scotland, so its a staple) with pomies, demarara sugar, and a tablespoon of cream is so wonderful. Now next dilemma- which recipe next? Sweet potatoes? Tune in tomorrow..... Reply

    stephanie

    January 31, 2009

    Hi Roni. I found this recipe & thought you might like it. Peanut Butter Bulgur Cookies cookies, desserts, snacks 2/3 cup shortening 1 cup brown sugar 1 cup white sugar 1 each eggs 1 teaspoon soda 1 tablespoon water (hot) 1 cup peanut butter 1/4 teaspoon salt 1 teaspoon vanilla 1 cup reconstituted bulgar wheat 2 cup flour Cream shortening and sugars, Add eggs, beat well. Dissolve soda in water. Add ingredients to sugar mixture. Add bulgar and flour, mix well. Roll in balls, press with fork. Bake 325 degrees for 15 to 20 minutes. Reply

    Dan Kovnat

    September 6, 2011

    FANTASTIC RECIPE which I found looking for an entree using the pomegranates from our tree in the garden. We already had left over rice in the fridge so we used that instead of bulgur. Other modifications included finely chopped onions instead of the powder and a mixture of chopped fresh parsley/coriander instead of the dried herb. Our garlic was also the fresh stuff. I can tell you that it was deeeeelicious. Thanks for the recipe. Keep Kookin' :-) Dan Kovnat israelwinetaster.com Reply

    Eileen

    November 20, 2011

    I'd never had a pomegranate before two years ago. So sad, 25 years without them, and then...it took another 2 years before someone told me that it was okay to eat the seeds! I didn't know that, I thought you just sucked the juice off. Is there any nutritional value to eating the seeds though? This looks like a fabulous idea. Reply

    roni

    November 23, 2011

    No idea but I'd say they have fiber! ;) Reply