7 Reviews

I found this to be fairly bland. We added chopped tomatoes, parsley and basil. I would recommend using chicken broth in place of the water. I also think it needs some salt.

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Paris D August 17, 2010

Very easy recipe and a good base to develop. Susie is right - simple, mild flavours. I can imagine using stock instead of water or adding fresh herbs. Thanks. Made for Aussie Swap #22.

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auntchelle December 10, 2008

It was quick,simple and a bit wanting of more flavor which Eggplant (Aubergine) With Raw Garlic provided when served together. It jived well with the latter. Like Chef flower, next time I'd use chicken stock instead of water. Thanks.

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Pneuma August 19, 2008

Yummy, I kept to the recipe and didn't change a thing. I think if I make this again I would use vegetable or chicken stock instead of water to give it a little more flavour. This was perfect with Vegetable Tagine. Thank you Susiecat too

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Chef floWer August 01, 2008

Simply easy to prepare and wonderful to eat. I made my pilaf with cremini mushrooms, which I prefer for their meaty and rich flavor. This made a perfect side with a strongly flavored steak this evening - acting a great companion full of taste and texture without clashing in any way. Thanks.

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justcallmetoni March 27, 2008

Doesn't get any easier than this. I love mushrooms and bulghur together. I used vegetable broth for the water. Thanks! cg Reviewed for N*A*M*E tag game.

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COOKGIRl March 06, 2008
Simple Bulgur Pilaf