Itch (Bulgur Salad) - Armenian Recipe - CookingWithAlia - Episode 335

  • Am Vor 5 years

    cookingwithaliacookingwithalia

    Dauer: 5:53

    Today we are making a healthy and yummy Armenian Bulgur salad!
    WRITTEN RECIPE: goo.gl/8MWEuc
    INGREDIENTS:
    1 1/2 cups bulgur (coarse if possible)
    1 1/2 cups warm water
    2 onions (chopped)
    2 tablespoons olive oil
    1 small green pepper (diced)
    A bunch of fresh parsley (finely chopped)
    Salt and pepper (to taste)
    1 tablespoon of tomato paste
    1/2 cup tomato sauce
    1/2 tablespoon of dried mint or fresh mint (chopped)

Grace nehme
Grace nehme

It’s not cereal it’s cracked wheat

Vor 3 Monate
Ararat Pstrosyan
Ararat Pstrosyan

Thank you girls for this recepy...its and tasty and yummy

Vor 7 Monate
Harut Aleksanyan
Harut Aleksanyan

Alia schtin baterden

Vor year
Noor Chamsse
Noor Chamsse

I try it, its asweome

Vor 2 years
Farhad Habibullah
Farhad Habibullah

video starts at 2:10 you are welcome -_^

Vor 2 years
Hannna ham
Hannna ham

Thank u Aliaaa u made me love cooking and made my whole family happy lol 😊

Vor 3 years
S M
S M

can you use qinoa instead?

Vor 3 years
G.D. Romanov
G.D. Romanov

S M yes you can

Vor year
onur sen
onur sen

this is not an armenian dish,dont steal our dishes.its originally turkish and all the world call it kisir,end of the story.

Vor 4 years
Salwa Issa
Salwa Issa

I add some chopped tomato without mint and add the parsley at the end to not change the colour to darker

Vor 2 years
Marika Marika
Marika Marika

You guys are newcomers in the area, go back to Mongolia

Vor 3 years
S M
S M

its made differently

Vor 3 years
ChefMark
ChefMark

+onur sen Half of the cuisines between Greece Turkey and Armenia are basically the same, and Ottoman empire helped to spread these dishes. It's really not correct to say any of these countries invented any particular dish. The country's borders have changed a lot over the past 3,000 years as well. Lets not forget, Istanbul was Constantinople, your favorite mosques were once churches. I would not accuse others of stealing.

Vor 4 years
MS.
MS.

Shut the fuck up, It's Armenian.

Vor 4 years
Jacqueline saint-john
Jacqueline saint-john

what happened to the ITCH RECIPE???

Vor 4 years
trevor corso
trevor corso

Why is this called a salad? I never heard of a cooked salad. It's not taboulleh as it doesn;t have onions and is served cold. It does look delicious though.

Vor 4 years
AvedisBahramian
AvedisBahramian

What number bulghur to use?   Urfatzis use the #4 I think.

Vor 4 years
AvedisBahramian
AvedisBahramian

the Urfatzi version of Ij uses a bit of Nuri Dipz for sweet and sour overtones.

Vor 4 years
Annie Voss
Annie Voss

It's actually called "Tabule" and it's an salad We don't cook it like this on the heating

Vor 5 years
NusaybahBintKa3b
NusaybahBintKa3b

That looks so yummy

Vor 5 years
Shad Smith
Shad Smith

Alia, I like your videos. Very nice.

Vor 5 years
CarteBlanche
CarteBlanche

The  sound  in  these  videos  is  horrible.

Vor 5 years
maria ouna
maria ouna

the sound in the beginning of the video is not good

Vor 5 years
gsooo1
gsooo1

Hi Alia..liked this a lot. What did u use tomato juice/sauce/purée? ?along with the paste.

Vor 5 years
Bogdan Izhak
Bogdan Izhak

Armenian food is really delicious!!!! Love it!!!!

Vor 5 years
lanemoje87
lanemoje87

İts Turkish dish!!!!

Vor 5 years
khokazsa4
khokazsa4

Cooool..im Syrian;Armenian; chaldean :)

Vor 3 years
Gloria Tazza
Gloria Tazza

I'm Assyrian but hell yeah I feel ya!!!

Vor 3 years
khokazsa4
khokazsa4

Firstly, the grain used in this dish is not the same one you use for bulgur, it's way more fine. It's amazing how all these Turkish people forget about the fact that they back then occupied the freaking Middle East and learned from all those different cultures and countries... Forget dolma it's called malfouf or aprach, all the Arabic people are you feelin me?

Vor 3 years
Jenni Rayflo
Jenni Rayflo

blah blah blah me turk turk do all things. lolz

Vor 5 years
burak kirmaci
burak kirmaci

@Jani Ⓥ Bitch please, the word "dolma" itself is Turkish which means "stuffed/filled" and I don't think it has any meaning in Armenian language. Same thing goes for yogurt, shawarma/doner, baklava and many more. Of course not all but majority of them ARE Turkish.

Vor 5 years
80Kawai
80Kawai

Sorry but its not armenian salad, its TURKISH. And its called Kisir. You can check if you want - https://www.google.co.uk/search?q=kisir+tarifi&source=lnms&tbm=isch&sa=X&ei=AELlU6WvH6LMyAOK24CYAg&sqi=2&ved=0CAYQ_AUoAQ&biw=1242&bih=606 

Vor 5 years
Marika Marika
Marika Marika

I am sure that you Turks stole it from the Armenians, just like you stole their homeland.

Vor 3 years
khokazsa4
khokazsa4

We, us Arabic and Armenian, taught you this.

Vor 3 years
Elvira Garzon
Elvira Garzon

Bulgur is wheat

Vor 5 years
Kostas Siozos
Kostas Siozos

Looks like a ''cooked'' version of tabbouleh were all the other ingredients except bulgur are served raw.I have tried tabbouleh and it's really tasty.I bet this one is also.I will try it since i like so much bulgur and it's really healthy. Thanks

Vor 5 years
samir amazigh
samir amazigh

yummy  i love you'r  video's  alia you are so cute  greetings from the Netherlands...

Vor 5 years
SamiVlog
SamiVlog

Wow yummy. ...........

Vor 5 years

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