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If you don't want the gluten in bulghar wheat, you could use sorghum instead. I make this substitution all the time...works pretty much the same.
This is one of my fave spark recipes. Could eat it every week & it's easy to dress up with feta, olives, etc. Tastes even better the next day after flavours have a chance to meld. Quarter cup of oil doesn't seem like much considering how many other ingredients are in salad.
Why in the world would you need to add a quarter cup of oil to this recipe?
This sounds really good
Where does one get Bulgur? I have never heard of it until now.
Yum yum maybe use Stevia instead of sugar.
Honest to God, I don't recall having ever made/eaten bulgur. I'm going to do this.
1) As a deaf person, I need the open captions (or closed cc) otherwise 2) All you people who couldn't find the recipe; look directly underneath the video and find the place to get your Spark points. Just above that spot, press the button to see recipe.
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I made half with bulgar and the other half with quinoa because I took it to a UU end-of-year barbeque. People loved it both ways!
great salad rely good .if you finedyou put alittle more oilthan you like you might use the kraft italian dressing made with olive oil ,I did it was wonderful and with grilled chicken breast yummmmm
This is going to sound like a commercial, but for an easy way to do all the chopping, I bought a Vidalia Chopper -- it's got a grate that you press down on and it chops or dices veggies in seconds! I love mine, and use it for chopping just about everything. $19 at Bed Bath and Beyond.
Look like I will be making this. I love salad but I have to be careful because of my stomach.
This seems like a great salad, refreshing for the summertime or anytime. I can't wait to try :)
Please CC closed captions for videos--I need those due to my hearing problem. Chris
Great recipe. I can't wait to try it
Good video and love the salad!
it would be nice if have closed captions.
Thank you chef Meg, I love lentil soup; but now I could eat them in a salad. I can't wait to taste it.
I love that you teach us about the cutting and herbs in this dish! I can't wait to try this and add my twist! Thank you for all the wonderful additions suggestions! I love capers and can't wait to add them to this dish!
I do love this salad :) I love cucumber, klamata olives, cherry tomato's halved, feta, basil, Myers lemon juice and zest (no sugar), parsley, garlic :) Quinoa is a great substitution for wheat free-ers in this dish
GREAT video! I learned so much. (Who knew salting while cooking instead of afterward toughened lentils?) Thanks for all the tips and demonstrations (like chopping the herbs and choosing which parsley to use for cooking vs garnish). Looking forward to trying this recipe.
Chef Meg! You are the BEST! Love your cooking style.
Very tasty. Not sure why it needs the extra protien of the chicken. It's good the video told how large the serving is as the recipe does not. Mine made more than 8 servings. Maybe used a different yellow dal; it took a good half hour to cook. Also found it too oily & doubled the lemon juice.
I make a very similar salad with Quinoa or Brown rice and with out the lentils. I want to try this version. I add shelled, steamed edemame for added crunch and protein. Another thing we love with this is adding a little sweet like diced dried cherries, raisins or craisins.
Definitely making this! My vegetarian daughter will LOVE it!
This was such a fun video to watch and I just ate my first recipe of it....it is sooo....yummy! I'm serving it with the roasted chicken recipe tomorrow for a tailgate party. I use roasted pine nuts instead of the walnuts, wonderful flavors and will be even better tomorrow!
very good, I added to the leftovers a can of chicken, black olives, tomato and fat free feta cheese and that was our meal. We loved it.
Sounds delicious, thank you Meg.
where is the recipe?
I will try this recipe...it sounds yummy...it will be fun to see if I can get my guys to try it:-)
I love lentils but never knew there that many kinds of lentils. I've tried in different ways but never a salad sounds delicious.
can't wait to try this ,going to the grocery store tonight
This sounds absolutely delicious. I have used Bulgar when I had the kitchen in our Homes in USA. It is one great grain. Thanks!
I'm not the best for thinking about using lentils.... but this inspires me to try! Really sounds delicious. Thanks Meg!
Iliked this video and the way she explained it.
I love lentils! This is a great recipe for vegetarians. Love to see that she has all the lentil colors/types aailable for education purposes.
was thinking about how to further use lentils...........thanks
There are more than one yellow lentil. Are we using the moong, the Toor or the yellow split pea kind? BTW all lentils, yellow, pink or red, green, black are known as "Dal" in different parts of India. This is different from the way we eat it, so shall try it.
Definitely looks yummy!
Looks good..have to try!
Chef Meg, you're a genius!
sounds good=going to make it tonight
I'll try it.
What a great way to get lot of fiber and protein!
I have made this and love it. I am amazed at the portion size and will never again double up as it was too much.
Sounds yummy. I evn think my husband might like it.
looks like taboule. very good
Looks delicious. I liked how she prepared this.
Can't eat bulgur as it is wheat, but might try this substituting a different grain - maybe rice?
sound of if evryone likes it.
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I made this recipe and it was very delicious.
Very good video and the recipe is one that I need to prepare.
Thank you! It looks wonderful and will try it soon. Love recipes with lentils.
Can't wait to try this. Really sounds and looks great.
Sounds great. Will try tonight
wow look yummy ...great revues will have to try
My hubby doesn't like lentils.
I did make it a few night ago. I could not find bulgur so used barley. I still liked it. Next time I will use the bulgur if I can find it. Yummy, I really did like it. Very fresh tasting.
I will try this, it sounds good.
I'll try this one.
Thanks for this recipe! Looks delish!
I love bulgur wheat. And lentils. I think I will try this with some brown lentils. Also I love to eat curly parsley instead of flat, so that will go in. The video was a great inspiration, thanks.
I'll have to try it
I made this for our family reunion. A double batch with an extra cup of bulgar wheat and substituted celantro for the parsley. Everyone loved it! I will make this again and again! I did use 7 ozs. crumbled feta cheese in the double batch.
I LIKE LENTILS IN A CHICKEN BROTH WITH SPINACH ADDED. ANNETTE MARIA
I have dial up, impossible to watch videos with. I looked for Herbed Bulgar and Lentil Salad, but there doesn't seem to be a recipe right now anyway for that salad you are talking about Thanks, keep up the good work
she does good videos!
I grew up eating lentils. I really like this idea.
The lentils are very tasty if you add fresh ginger and garlic.
I love lentils with ground turkey.
Sounds very easy. I never tried these ingredients. I may try it.
This sounds delicious. Can't wait to try it.
Good, but makes ALOTTTT
My hubby makes a great lentil stew. I'm looking forward to trying out this salad.
I haven't used lentils at all. This looks interesting!
Looks delicious. May have to give this recipe a try!
I'm going to give this a try because it seems fast and easy to do and it will be different for me.
to MLILJA; sub for bulgar = QUINOA! very easy and yummy! Ive also made a similar dish to this, using bulgar, bleu cheese, chopped pear and celery, and nuts (pine, walnut...) Very very yummy!
Sounds good and looks easy. I am going to try.
I am hearing impaired and cannot hear this recipe. Can it be printed out somehow?