Parboiled wheat commonly known as burghoul or bulgar in middle and near Eastern countries, it is a precooked product, so it is ready to consumption. It is produced from durum wheat. Burghoul wheat is basically whole wheat that has been washed, steamed, dehulled, parched or dry-cooled, cracked, then sifted into various forms. The people of the Middle East never had an abundance of fuel so they had to find a way to shorten the cooking time for their meals. They took the wheat berries and steamed them, then dried them in the sun. Here i used brown Burghoul.
|½ cup||Burghoul wheat|
|1 no||Onion(meduim size)|
|2 strands||Curry leaves|
|½ bunch||Coriander leaves (chopped )|
|6 strands||Mint leaves (chopped)|
|2 nos||Tomato (chopped)|
|1 tsp||Bengal gram|
|Salt (as per taste)|
Grind g.chillies, ginger & garlic. Drop oil into a pan, add mustard, let it spluts, following it add cumin seeds & Bengal gram, onion, curry leaves & salt, add the grinded paste and stir it, Add chopped mint & coriander leaves, following this add all the chopped vegetables one by one, finally add tomato. Let it cook for a while, after the vegetable becomes soft add 11/2 cup of water, while the water gets boiled add burghoul wheat slowly & mix it well with vegetables.
Close it with lid for abt 10minutes in sim. After removing the lid stir it for some seconds. Now it’s ready to eat.