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Makes 4 cups; 3 or 4 servings

When out of couscous and other ingredients to make her special version of tabbouleh, Betty Ray turned to bulgur wheat and dried fruits. The results are a wholesome cooked cereal mixture, good hot or cold, that makes a splendid breakfast dish served plain, with milk, or with vanilla-flavor yogurt.

How to Make It

Step 1

Drain juice from pineapple into a glass measure; pour pineapple into a large bowl. To pineapple juice add enough cranberry juice blend to make 1 cup; pour into a 1- to 1 1/2-quart pan and add cinnamon and nutmeg. Bring to a boil over high heat; add bulgur. Stir, cover, reduce heat, and simmer until juices are absorbed, about 15 minutes.

Step 2

Add to pineapple the apples, lemon juice, cranberries, currants, dates, and pecans; mix. Add warm bulgur and mix.

Step 3

Serve hot, warm, or cool; if making up to 1 day ahead, cover when cool and chill.

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