Bulgur with Peaches and Mint

  • 2mambo Posted: 08/18/13
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    This is wonderful. I've made this many times now with my own variations. I usually use 2 peaches instead of measuring a cup, and a little crumbled feta instead of nuts. White wine vinegar works very well in place of the champagne vinegar. 1/2 Tablespoon of oil is plenty. 2 Tablespoons is way too much.

  • Schmatterson8 Posted: 07/20/13
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    I really liked this! My husband wasn't totally enamored, though. It definitely has strong flavors in the mint and peaches, so you have to really like these flavors to try this. I would make it again but would be nervous to make for a crowd because I could see it being a mixed bag for different people.

  • jencox717 Posted: 08/01/13
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    Thought it was wonderful and healthy!

  • flatlander10 Posted: 07/24/13
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    Terrific! I have mint growing in my yard, and had fresh local peaches. Used almonds that I had insteadof hazelnuts, and vinegar that I had also. Refreshing for our hot summer days. My husband has previously given thumbs down on some whole grains (quinoa,.brown rice), but really liked this.

  • Renee5732 Posted: 07/17/13
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    This was not very good. However, I did make some substitutions, so I can't really complain. I used 1 tbsp. red wine vinegar and 1 tbsp. apple cider vinegar for the champagne and used only and ounce of hazelnuts. The mixture was moister than I expected and had a distinct smell. I still enjoy bulgur, however, and would like to try the other variations for this recipe, maybe the ones that were served warm instead of cold.

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