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This Turkish Cuisine video shows you how to make Domatesli, or Tomato Bulgur.
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How to Make Domatesli Bulgur So what we can do now is start softening up our inions with the butter. We have our pot right here; we have our 2 tablespoons of butter and if you don’t want to use butter, you can use corn oil it’s much lighter. But I like the butter because of the great flavor. I also like to add a little extra virgin olive oil; just to give it a nice richness. So we’ll do that. And also in the meantime, as you want, you could start boiling up your chicken stock because of course anytime I like to add liquid, I always like to add if boiling. So what we’re going to do is just wait for this to soften up a little bit and then we can gradually add in the rest of our ingredients. We’ll add in our tomatoes and our peppers. Now if you want it, you can grate the tomatoes as well; that way you can get the flesh of the tomato, it really gets a nice puree and it’ll be almost soupee, you could do that as well. But I give them a fine chop so it’s almost the same thing. So what I’ll do now is crash our garlic, we have 2 cloves of garlic here. And if you like garlic you can add more; just want to press it in there or at home you can give it a nice, fine chop as well, that’s okay. Just pour a little bit. And then once you get all these going, now we can add our bulgur. Just make sure that you wash it because it’s always good to wash your bulgur before you cook it. And as you could see, the one cup, it expands; so it may look like it’s more than one cup later on, but it’s really not. Now we can add in our salts, sauté this up just a little and then we’re going to add out 1 cup of boiling stock and then once this is in, now we can add the tomato paste. And once you add the tomato paste, just mush it up in there. Let it get really nice and liquidy, this is going to give it that great orange color. So what we’re going to do is just mix these all up, let it come to a boil then we’re going to cover and let it simmer for about 10 minutes. We’ll check it after 10 minutes and see if it needs a little longer. But max time on this is 20 minutes or until all your liquid is soaked up. So now, it’s been about 10 minutes, just want to check and see how it’s doing. Looks like all the water’s been soaked up, so now what I like to do is place a paper towel over it, cover it and let this really steam up nicely and get nice and flakey.