Already over 4000 years ago bulgur groats and its properties were appreciated by people of the Middle East. It supports the functioning of the nervous system, improves our mental agility and mood. Bulgur is perfect in its dry version, but we can also prepare it sweet – with the addition of milk, honey, fruit, dried dates or figs. It is worth knowing that due to its low glycemic index, this groat is suitable for diabetics, children, athletes and people on a diet.
Rinse the groats in plenty of water. Then pour it into a pot and cover with salted boiling water in the proportion 1:2.5 (2.5 cups of water for 1 cup of groats). Cook uncovered for about 7 minutes. Then remove from heat, cover and leave to swell. Enjoy!
A 300 g container contains 6 portions of 50 g.
Ingredients: bio bulgur groats from durum wheat.
The product may contain gluten.
Recipe-inspiration for green bulgur with tomatoes and zucchini you can find here.
Soligrano wishes you a tasty meal!
|Nutritional value||in 100 g||in 50 g||% RWS in 50 g*|
|Energy value||1382kJ /328 kcal||713kJ / 169 kcal||8%|
|Fats||1,3 g||1,2 g||2%|
|including saturated fatty acids||0,2 g||0,2 g||1%|
|Carbohydrates||58 g||31 g||12%|
|including sugars||0,4 g||<0,5 g||<1%|
|Fiber||18 g||6 g||-|
|Protein||12 g||5,5 g||11 g|
|* Reference intake for an average adult (8400 kJ / 2000 kcal)|