For the next alphabet we are now in Qatar,Qatar is a wonderful place to illustrate all types of Gulf and Middle Eastern cuisine, as well as Iranian and Turkish. For the reason that the workday starts in the early hours, breakfast is frequently served at about six o’clock ante meridian. It is easy, made of olives, cheese, yoghurt and coffee. But lunch is the main meal of the day.
People eat after one o’clock post meridian; lunch regularly begins with appetizers, followed by fish or Lamb stew, salads, cooked vegetables, bread and fruit. Dinner is served late in the evening and is more often than not light, with the exception of Ramadan and on particular occasions.Muslim Qatari never eats Pork. They eat halal meat, which has been expressly prepared by the slaughter according to Muslim laws.
My preparation is this healthy and simple salad . So let’s start the recipe .yum
1/2 cup bulgur wheat
2 cloves garlic crushed
2 tablespoon lemon juice
few mint leaves, fresh
a bunch of parsely , chopped
2 scallions , white and green , chopped
3 tomatoes, diced
salt to taste
black pepper freshly ground , to taste
1 tablespoon olive oil
Cover bulgur with warm water and soak for 15 minutes.Squeeze out excess water.
Mix in the lemon juice, crushed garlic , salt and pepper.
Allow this to rest until bulgur is soft, about 30 minutes.
Wash and chop the mint and parsley .
Combine the mint, parsley, scallions and tomatoes and bulgur mixture.
Toss with olive oil as desired.
Add lemon juice, salt or pepper as desired to adjust the taste.
Serve with small romaine lettuce leaves.
Serve-4 Cooking time-15 minutes