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Greek Goddess Bulgur Bowls

Greek Goddess Bulgur Bowls

with Chickpeas, Harissa Hummus & Cucumber Feta Salad

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There are so many reasons why we love a grain bowl… but the main one? We get to enjoy our favorite veggies, proteins, cheeses, and sauces, all at the same time. This Greek inspired version stars one of our favorite ancient grains—chewy, nutty bulgur—topped with roasted chickpeas and onions, a refreshing tomato-cucumber salad, tangy Greek vinaigrette, and salty feta cheese. Smoky, harissa-infused hummus and a chopped dill garnish complete this un-bowl-ievable meal.

Tags:Veggie
Allergens:MilkWheatEggs

Produced in a facility that processes milk, eggs, fish, shellfish, tree nuts, peanuts, wheat, and soybean.

Total Time30 minutes
Prep Time10 minutes
Cooking difficultyMedium
Ingredients
serving amount
2
4
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serving amount
2
4

13.4 ounce

Chickpeas

1 tablespoon

Harissa Powder

1 unit

Persian Cucumber

¼ ounce

Dill

½ cup

Feta Cheese

(ContainsMilk)

1 unit

Red Onion

½ cup

Bulgur Wheat

(ContainsWheat)

1 unit

Roma Tomato

1.5 ounce

Greek Vinaigrette

(ContainsMilk, Eggs)

½ cup

Hummus

Not included in your delivery

Salt

Pepper

2 teaspoon

Olive Oil

Nutrition Values/ per serving
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/ per serving
Calories870 kcal
Fat41 g
Saturated Fat9 g
Carbohydrate96 g
Sugar12 g
Dietary Fiber17 g
Protein26 g
Cholesterol30 mg
Sodium1760 mg
Due to the different suppliers we purchase our products from, nutritional facts per meal can vary from the website to what is received in the delivered box, depending on your region.
Utensils
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Paper Towel
Strainer
Baking Sheet
Small pot
Medium Bowl
Small Bowl
Instructionsarrow up iconarrow up icon
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1

• Adjust rack to top position (top and middle positions for 4 servings) and preheat oven to 425 degrees. Wash and dry all produce. • Peel, quarter, and thinly slice ¾ of the onion (you’ll use remaining onion in step 4). Drain and rinse chickpeas; pat very dry with paper towels.

2

• Toss sliced onion and chickpeas on a baking sheet with a large drizzle of olive oil, 1 tsp harissa powder (2 tsp for 4 servings), and salt. (You’ll use more harissa powder in the next step.) (For 4, divide between 2 sheets; roast on top and middle racks.) • Roast on top rack until onion is softened and chickpeas are lightly browned, 18-20 minutes. TIP: It’s natural for chickpeas to pop a bit while roasting.

3

• Meanwhile, in a small pot, combine bulgur, 1 cup water, ½ tsp harissa powder (you’ll use more later), and salt (we used ½ tsp). (For 4 servings, use 2 cups water, 1 tsp harissa powder, and 1 tsp salt.) • Bring to a boil, then cover and reduce to a low simmer. Cook until water has absorbed and bulgur is tender, 12-15 minutes. • Keep covered off heat until ready to serve.

4

• While bulgur cooks, trim and halve cucumber lengthwise; slice crosswise into ¼-inch-thick half-moons. Dice tomato. Very thinly slice remaining onion. Pick and mince fronds from dill. • In a medium bowl, toss together cucumber, tomato, half the minced dill, half the Greek vinaigrette (you’ll use more in the next step), half the feta (save the rest for serving), and remaining onion. Season with salt and pepper.

5

• Drain any excess water from bulgur; fluff with a fork. Stir in as much remaining Greek vinaigrette as you like. Taste and season with salt and pepper. • Place hummus in a small bowl. Stir in a pinch of remaining harissa powder. TIP: Taste the hummus and add more harissa powder if you like things spicy.

6

• Using the back of a spoon, spread hummus on one side of each serving bowl. Divide bulgur between bowls. Arrange roasted onion and chickpeas and cucumber feta salad on top in separate sections. Top with remaining feta. Sprinkle with remaining minced dill if desired and serve.