Breakfast Bulgar Upma

I love savory breakfast foods. On Philadelphia’s first snowing morning this winter, I wanted a warm, heating porridge, and found a great option in Whole Grains for a New Generation. Upma is a spicy Indian mush – but don’t let that dull description fool you! This breakfast porridge had loads of texture, and bold flavors. I had no teff in the pantry, but substituted some bulgar, … Continue reading Breakfast Bulgar Upma

Bulgar Salad with Baby Heirloom Tomatoes, Swiss Chard and Goat Cheese

Perhaps you’ve noticed that it’s too hot to cook. But I wasn’t going to let my beautiful swiss chard, soon to wilt, go to waste. I made this quick salad with bulgar (or cracked wheat) that is an easy-to-cook whole grain. Much like couscous, you just have to cover it with hot water and let it soak until it gets soft (between 15 and 30 … Continue reading Bulgar Salad with Baby Heirloom Tomatoes, Swiss Chard and Goat Cheese