Springtime Bulgur Plate

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A healthy & satisfying lunch or light dinner!

Camille C.
Camille C.

5 minutes

Prep time

10 minutes

Cook time

5 minutes

Resting time

322 cal.

Per serving


Stovetop, Pot (small), Colander, Pot (large), Knife


Broccoli (fresh)

Step 1

Wash & cut the broccoli into florets.

Bulgur wheat

Step 2

Prepare the bulgur according to the package instructions. Allow it to rest for 5 min before serving.

Broccoli (fresh)

Step 3

Bring a large pot of salted water to a boil. Add the broccoli & eggs. Cook for 6-7 min. (Or you could cook them separately if you prefer!)

Sun-dried tomatoes

Step 4

Roughly chop the sun-dried tomatoes.

Broccoli (fresh)

Step 5

Remove the eggs from the pot. Plunge them into a bowl of icy cold water to stop the cooking. Drain the broccoli in a colander. Peel the eggs.

Bulgur wheat
Broccoli (fresh)
Goat cheese

Step 6

Fluff the bulgur. Season it with salt, pepper & olive oil. Arrange the bulgur on a serving plate. Add the broccoli, arugula & goat cheese to the plate.

Sun-dried tomatoes

Step 7

Top with the sun-dried tomatoes & halved soft-boiled eggs. Drizzle with olive oil. Season with salt & pepper. Add a final squeeze of lemon (optional). Enjoy!

Nutrition facts

Average estimated amount for one serving

Energy322 cal.
Fat20 g
Carbohydrates22 g
Protein17 g
Fiber8 g

Values are based on an average estimate for one serving. All nutrition information presented on Jow is intended for informational purposes only. If you have any concerns or questions about your health, please consult with a health-care professional.

On average, one serving of the recipe "Springtime Bulgur Plate" contains 322 Energy, 20 g of Fat, 22 g of Carbohydrates, 17 g of Protein, 8 g of Fiber.

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Springtime Bulgur Plate