December 30, 2011

My First Event - "WWC" Broken Wheat for Dinner


I am very happy to announce the first event that I am doing as a guest host for Sanjeetha of litebite.  It is part of her Wholesome Wholegrain Cooking monthly event for which the chosen theme for Jan 2012 is Bulgur wheat or broken wheat for dinner.


Benefits of Cracked Wheat...

Cracked wheat is made by cutting or crushing whole raw wheat berries into small pieces.  Even though bulgur wheat is interchangeably used with cracked wheat, it is processed slightly different from cracked wheat.  Also a whole grain, it is partially cooked prior to crushing.  Both bulgur and cracked wheat are excellent sources of fiber, minerals and vitamins.  Cracked wheat has all the benefits of wheat flour and since it contains the outer bran and germ of the wheat, it is a good source of fiber.  It fits well into a low fat diet as a quarter cup contains just 1 percent of  daily value for total fat and has no trans fat or cholesterol.  It is also a good source of iron and protein.

About the event...

Participants should use the main ingredient for that month in the dish that is being prepared.

Post the recipe on your blog during the event dates.

Old entries are welcome but has to be reposted again during the event dates after linking to this page and Sanjeetha's event announcement page.

Only vegetarian recipes are allowed - eggs are okay.

No deep fried recipes.

You must provide a link to this announcement page and to Sanjeetha's event announcement at Lite Bite.

Use of the logo is appreciated, though not mandatory.

After posting, send an email to krithikar@gmail.com with the following information.
                             Name
                             Name of the Recipe
                             Link to your Post
                             Picture of the Recipe

Non bloggers are also welcome to participate - just email the recipe with a picture.

2 comments:

  1. Happy hosting Krithi,will send my entries soon.

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  2. Bulgur wheat is my favourite, although most of my family members think it is akin to hospital food. so I usually zest it up and make it look more appealing. Will send along an entry soon. good luck with the event

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