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This recipe is quick, easy and delicious! I also modified this recipe to include soy milk and pecans. All of the various options given by "Engrossed" sound delicious! I need more BULGUR!! Thanks for all of your yummy recipes.
It was super easy and a very nice change for dessert. We preferred it chilled and it was even better then next day.
I love this and my grandchildren love this! I have a 5 gallon bucket of bulghur(don't ask) and this recipe is more than welcome in my slim repetoire of recipes using bulghur. I used soy milk instead of dairy and pecans instead of walnuts and sultanas instead of dark raisins and it was just wonderful. Thank you.
I made this for my mom and I, for a morning treat. A treat it was indeed- so simple, and quick enough for a school day, yet so creamy and comforting! I halved it, getting two filling servings plus a leftover square (which is tasty as well, I'm eating it now!). I thought it would be overly sweet for breakfast, so I halved the amounts of dates and walnuts, only used about 1 Tbsp agave nectar (great sub for honey) and a small handful of dried cranberries in place of currants. This was just perfect! I'd like to have this again and am sure I will! Thank you!!
This was warm, spicy and wonderful. I didn't have raisins or currants on hand, so used dried apricots with the dates instead, which was lovely. It reminded me a little bit of the Indian Pudding dessert at Durgin Park Restaurant in Boston, though that is cornmeal-based and uses molasses -- but similar general type of pudding. Anyway, Engrossed, you've posted another winner. Thanks!
Delicious! I expected it to be over-sweet with the dates, but it was just right. We didn't have any ice cream, but we should have because that would have been perfect. We had some hot (the batch served my big family generously since its too rich to eat a huge portion), and made a few, cold squares. Those were tasty too, but it was better hot.
This is a delicious, comforting hot cereal. I made this as written with candied ginger instead of ground and no raisins. After making, I put in individual containers and heated them up for breakfast for 6 mornings. Added vanilla coffee creamer for an added twist. Really nice change from oatmeal, more texture and very filling. Delicious!