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Kisir (bulgur wheat salad). Bulgur, sometimes referred to as cracked wheat, is a staple in Turkish pantries and is one of the most common ingredients in Turkish cooking. It's used to make side dishes like bulgur pilaf, added to thicken soups, kneaded into meatballs and, one of my favorites, included in cold salads like bulgur and fresh herb salad and kısır. The versatility is that you can use any vegetables or salad items to mix in with the bulgur cracked wheat but traditionally spring onions, red and green peppers are used.

It's popular all around Turkey and you can find it in every Turkish household. Like many other traditional recipes, families have their own specific kisir recipe that would probably be different from other. Fine bulgur is traditionally used in salads like kisir whereas coarse bulgur is used in pilafs or As as we call it in Antakya.

Hey everyone, I hope you’re having an amazing day today. Today, I will show you a way to prepare a distinctive dish, kisir (bulgur wheat salad). It is one of my favorites food recipes. For mine, I will make it a little bit tasty. This will be really delicious.

Bulgur, sometimes referred to as cracked wheat, is a staple in Turkish pantries and is one of the most common ingredients in Turkish cooking. It's used to make side dishes like bulgur pilaf, added to thicken soups, kneaded into meatballs and, one of my favorites, included in cold salads like bulgur and fresh herb salad and kısır. The versatility is that you can use any vegetables or salad items to mix in with the bulgur cracked wheat but traditionally spring onions, red and green peppers are used.

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To get started with this recipe, we must first prepare a few ingredients. You can have kisir (bulgur wheat salad) using 10 ingredients and 9 steps. Here is how you can achieve that.

The ingredients needed to make Kisir (bulgur wheat salad):

  1. {Prepare 2 cups of bulgur.
  2. {Take 3 cups of salgam suyu (hot turnip juice).
  3. {Take of juice of 4 lemon.
  4. {Get 2 bunch of green onions.
  5. {Prepare of Lots of pickled cucumber.
  6. {Take to taste of Salt.
  7. {Get 1 bunch of chopped dill.
  8. {Prepare 1 bunch of parsley.
  9. {Get 1/2 cup of Olive oil.
  10. {Make ready 1/2 bunch of fresh mint.

If you can't get the fine bulgur wheat, you can also make this salad with coarse bulgur, widely available in supermarkets. kisir. Out of all the autumn fruit, pomegranate is the one that wins me over. There is a little special bulgur wheat salad with pomegranate at its heart: kisir. There is something about pomegranate that makes it so, so special to me.

Instructions to make Kisir (bulgur wheat salad):

  1. Pour boulgur wheat into a pan.
  2. Add 3 cups of salgam juice.
  3. Let it boil, after that lower the heat and cover until cooked and no more juice left..
  4. Here is the bulgur, getting ready.
  5. Prepare other ingredients, chop them.
  6. Pour into bulgur, in this point your bulgur is cooked, and cooled down. You turned off the heat..
  7. Add lemon juice, oil, salt.
  8. Here it is. After all mixed.
  9. If you have corn, you would've add too, corns would give great color. I didn't have it, didn't use..

Mix tomato paste, olive oil and pomegranate molasses together. Once the bulgur wheat is ready, mix oil/tomato paste/pomegranate molasses mixture into it. Use your hands to incorporate it well. Now mix in diced veg, chopped herbs, hazelnuts and most of the pomegranate seeds. Kısır is just a Turkish Bulgar Wheat Salad.

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