Tomato Bulgur Pilaf/ Domatesli bulgur pilavı

 

Tomato bulgur pilaf

 

Ingredients


  • 1 cup medium-grain bulgur
  • 1+1/2 cups boiling water
  • 2 tomatoes, skinned and petite diced
  • 3 sweet green peppers, chopped
  • 1 tablespoon butter
  • 2 tablespoons extra-virgin olive oil
  • 1 large onion, chopped
  • 1/2 tablespoon tomato paste
  • 1/2 tablespoon red pepper paste
  • 1/2 teaspoon red pepper flakes
  • 1 teaspoon salt
  • Pinch of ground black pepper

 

Preparation

I

n a medium saucepan, melt butter and olive oil over medium-high heat. Add onions and sauté, stirring occasionally, until lightly brown.

Add tomato and red pepper pastes and sauté for additional 5 minutes. Add bulgur; stir to combine.
Stir tomatoes, red pepper flakes, and salt in. Pour boiling water and cook covered until most of the liquid is absorbed.

Keep simmering on low heat until liquid has evaporated and bulgur is soft, for about 25 minutes. Remove from heat and Place a paper towels on the surface, cover with a lid and set aside to steam for 15 minutes.

 

 

Domatesli bulgur pilavı


Malzemeler

  • 1 bardak pilavlık iri bulgur
  • 2 büyük domates, kabuğu soyulmuş ve incecik doğranmış
  • 3 sivri biber, küçük doğranmış
  • 1 büyük kuru soğan, incecik kıyılmış
  • 1 y.k salça
  • 1 kaşık tereyağ
  • 2 kaşık Zeytinyağ
  • Tuz
  • Karabiber
  • Pul biber (isteğe bağlı)
  • Sıcak su

 

Hazırlanışı

 


Soğanı, erittiğiniz tereyag ve zeytinyağ eklediğiniz orta boy tencerede kavurup sivri biberleri ekleyin. Biberler yumuşayıncaya kadar sote etmeye devam edin. Domatesleri ve salçayı ilave edip yumuşayana dek kavurun. Pilavlık bulguru ve baharatlarını ilave edip suyunu ayarlayın. Kısık ateşte bulgur suyu çekene dek ağzı kapalı pişirin. Ocağın altını kapatıp 20 dakika demlendirin.

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9 Comments Add yours

  1. health funds says:

    >This sure is tasty!!!

  2. Anonymous says:

    >Hello, Hulya! I enjoy your website because I am an American living in Turkey. Turkish food is delicious, but Turks don’t measure their amounts for yabanci. Thank you for giving recipes! I recently had a delicious sauce at a Kebap. The waiter said it was “tarator”. He told me the basic ingredients were yogurt, limon, pul biber, garlic. Do you have a recipe for Turkish tarator? I looked online, and most recipes used tahini, but this kebap did not put tahini in their sauce. The main ingredient is yogurt. It’s really delicious, and I’d like to make it at home. Any suggestions? Thanks! Lisa (in Ankara)

  3. >as far as I know, Tarator sauce is genereally used as a dip for fried fish dishes or any other seafood. It basicly consists tahini, chopped walnut,fresh lemon juice, olive oil, minced garlic, salt,ground cumin, cayenne pepper…But I haven’t tried it before… so feel free to try with yogurt… the one that you liked, then share your experience with us :))Take care Lisa

  4. Anonymous says:

    >Hulya,The tarator sauce I ate was served before the meal with the lavaş. This kebap brings lavaş, ezme, and tarator sauce to the table. The tarator sauce (yogurt based) is delicious with bread. Thanks for your input. I’ll experiment and see what happens. Thanks!Grace and Peace,Lisa

  5. Hulya’cigim, Ellerine saglik, ne kadar guzel olmus pilavin, yapmak lazim.Sevgilerimi gonderiyorum.

  6. Senem says:

    Cok nefis görünüyor, ellerine saglik canim. Sevgiler.

  7. Bocuruk says:

    Sevgili Hülya,Bulgur pilavın harika görünüyor. Aynen benim sevdiğim gibi bol domatesli:) Eline sağlık.Sevgilerimle…

  8. I love bulgur wheat, especially with grilled chicken. We make it a lot but never present it as beautifully as you have done! 🙂
    Julia

    1. Hulya Unsal says:

      Thanks Julia! Food styling is the most exciting part of posting recipes:)

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