Feb 242010

You can not only make this meal in less than 30 minutes, but you can also empty the dishwasher, sort through your mail, and pour a glass of wine at the same time. I took this recipe from Green Lite Bites, and substituted about a cup and a half of frozen vegetables. The mix included onions, mushrooms, green beans, and broccoli. Again, fresh vegetables would be great, but frozen works here too. Keep this recipe handy for your busiest nights!

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  2 Responses to “Quick Fried Bulgur”

  1. KC,
    This sounds really good. Great for meatless Fridays. I might take a tip from a comment on Roni's blog and add an egg for "mock" Chinese fried rice. (since I can't have the real thing) I've never used fresh ginger but will now. Also do you think sesame oil would give it more of a Chinese flavor than EVOO?

  2. Yes, the egg does sound good! I think sesame oil would work well, and just a few drops go a long way for flavor.

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