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BURGHUL OF INDIAN ORIGIN

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Product Name Burghul
Product Category Agriculture » Agriculture Products Processing
Product Keyword BURGHUL OF INDIAN ORIGIN
Product Origin MADHYA PRADESH
Payment Method L/C,T/T,D/P
Minimum Order 23 Delivery Mode SEA
Packing Type STANDARD PACKING IS 50 KG PP BAG Supply Ability 1000
BURGHUL OF INDIAN ORIGIN Price: 375  
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Bulgur, Bourghul, Burghul, Bulgar
Burghul, also know as bulghur wheat, is a versatile Middle Eastern staple. It is a key ingredient in tabouli and kibbeh, and can be used in soup, stuffings, burgers and casseroles. Burghul is a Persian word meaning ‘bruised grain’. Not to be confused with cracked wheat (which is not pre-cooked), burghul is wheat that has been steamed or parboiled, dried and ground. It therefore requires little preparation. The tender grain has a chewy texture and a light, nutty flavour.
Energy Fields bourghul (also known as bulgur, bulgar, bulgar wheat, and burghul just to name a few) is a high quality, natural wholegrain food that comes in either a fine or coarse texture, and can easily be made into tasty meals.No chemicals or additives are used in processing the bourghul, keeping the vitamin and mineral content stable. It is high in fibre and protein and low in fat.

BURGHUL SPECS
MOISTURE 10 % MAX
PROTEIN 12 % MIN
QUALITY FINE, MEDIUM, COARSE
ENERGY 1500 KJ
FAT 1.75 G

PACKING 25 KG, 50 KG AND OTHER CONSUMER PACKING.
INSPECTION QSS, GEOCHEM OR AS PER REQUIREMENT
LOADING 23 MT IN 20FT CONTAINER

Uses of Burghul :
Bourghul is commonly used in Turkish, Middle Eastern, Indian and Mediterranean foods. It is said to have been used for 4000 years and references to making wheat into bourghul in biblical times suggest that it may be one of the first "processed" foods.
Bourghul is best known as an ingredient in tabouli salad, but is also used in pilaf, kibbeh, soups, stuffings, stews, breads, and as a meat substitute in many vegetarian recipes.
Bourghul can be used in recipes to replace rice or couscous, since it has a higher nutritional value, and is low calorie and low fat.