Bulgur Patties with Lemon Balm Yogurt

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When you're in need of a healthy and delicious meatless dinner, you can always turn to these fiber-rich, flavourful and delicious bulgur patties with an oriental touch. If you don't have lemon balm in your garden, substitute it with mint and lemon zest.

Bulgur Patties with Lemon Balm Yogurt

adapted from Küchen Götter
  • 250 g Bulgur
  • 250 ml Vegetable stock or water
  • 1 Shallot, diced
  • 1 clove Garlic, minced
  • 3 tbsp Olive oil
  • Salt and pepper to taste
  • 1 tsp Cumin powder
  • 2 Eggs
  • 4-5 tbsp Breadcrumb
  • 200 g Plain yogurt
  • Lemon balm leaves, chopped
  1. Bring the vegetable stock to a boil. Turn the heat off and ad in the bulgur. Let soak for 15 minutes.
  2. Peel and finely dice the shallot and garlic clove. Cook in 1 tablespoon of olive oil in a small saucepan over medium heat, stirring occasionally, and season with salt, pepper, and cumin powder.
  3. Season yogurt with salt and pepper. Fold in chopped lemon balm leaves.
  4. Stir together the soaked bulgur, eggs, prepared shallots, garlic, and breadcrumb. Season to taste. Form the mixture into 16 patties. In a large skillet, heat the rest of olive oil over medium-low. Cook patties until browned and firm, 5 to 6 minutes per side. Serve with lemon balm yogurt.

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81 comments:

OohLookBel 15/10/12 06:55

Yay, patties! I do like a good patty, and bulgur ones, too. Plus, the lemon balm yoghurt sounds so enticing.

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Mich - Piece of Cake 15/10/12 07:01

Lemon balm yoghurt sounds good, not just with these delicious patties, but with any patties I think!

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baker in disguise 15/10/12 07:23

oh.. thats really interesting.. i like the use of bulgur!! and with the lemon balm yoghurt.. thats one good snack!!

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Baker Street 15/10/12 08:47

healthy and delicious! great idea for a meatless dinner or a snack!

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Anne Regalado 15/10/12 09:09

Very appetizing ! Great as a nibble or as an appetizer !

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suhaina aji 15/10/12 09:51

this looks tollay yummy. love the beautiful clicks and the recipe.

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Beth 15/10/12 11:48

Your bulgur patties look delicious, and they sound really healthy. I haven't heard of lemon balm before - I always learn so much by reading other peoples' blogs!

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Happy Cook / Finla 15/10/12 11:52

Wowo that is indeed healthy. Looks so good too

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Belinda @zomppa 15/10/12 12:08

These two are a match made in heaven!

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Guru Uru 15/10/12 12:27

I would love three or four of these no less :D

Cheers
Choc Chip Uru

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Jasna Varcakovic 15/10/12 12:29

Love aroma of lemon balm...Patties look so perfect!

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Sam @ My Carolina Kitchen 15/10/12 12:57

You always make everything look so attractive Angie. Love the idea of using bulgur to make meatless patties.
Sam

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Paula @ Vintage Kitchen 15/10/12 13:09

Wonderful little patties Angie! I love bulgur, but tend to use it mostly in breads.

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Kathy 15/10/12 13:43

These look and sound incredible! I make a pumpkin bulgur patty! The recipe is from my grandmother and they are just heaven…I will be posting it soon!

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mylittleitaliankitchen 15/10/12 14:09

I have some bulgur in the cupboard which needs using up. So there you go! I like these patties, they look crispy and yummy. A very nice recipe Angie!

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Katerina 15/10/12 14:50

Indeed this is perfect for a light dinner and yogurt and mint match perfectly!

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StephenC 15/10/12 15:18

I am pleased to see more recipes including bulgar, quinoa, and other healthy grains. I've got mung beans to prepare later this week. I'll share at the right moment.

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Rumana Ambrin 15/10/12 15:44

So so superb and very very yummy..

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Christine Ho 15/10/12 16:11

Yes, thinking of something healthy and delicious. Glad that I didn't miss your post.

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Shirley Tay 15/10/12 16:20

Hey Angie, these patties look crispy on the outside.... just the way I like it. Yummy!

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Patty 15/10/12 16:58

Love the look of these bulgar patties and I even have a lemon balm plant in my garden!

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Lora 15/10/12 17:21

Lovely, healthy and delicious. what more could one want?

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Cheah 15/10/12 17:27

I've never tasted bulgur before, wonder how it tastes like? Looking at your clicks, think I'll like it.

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Jenn Kendall 15/10/12 17:29

these look wonderful and are so creative!

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Koko 15/10/12 17:34

I enjoy bulgur, although I have never had it in a little patty! I love the idea!

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Georgia | The Comfort of Cooking 15/10/12 17:52

What a delicious and inspired use of bulgur! These patties look wonderful, Angie. Thank you for sharing!

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Susan 15/10/12 18:15

Remind me what I do with leftover risotto rice. You have inspired me to try these and venture out into other grains--I love bulgur. XOXO

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lena 15/10/12 18:31

have been seeing a few patties post recently and so tempted to try! i also like the sound of that mint and yogurt dip!

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Eva 15/10/12 18:33

Yum, the texture of this patty must be wonderful, and paired with the lemon balm must be delicious. I'd love to have this as an appetizer.

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Carol 15/10/12 19:21

Looks fantastic, Angie!

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Barbara 15/10/12 21:39

I'd love this, Angie! Can't wait to make it. The lemony dip is a perfect accompaniment.

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Priya 15/10/12 21:42

Definitely makes me drool, healthy and yummy patties.

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Pola M 15/10/12 22:15

Love this fritters! Crunchy and unusual. I'm bookmarking them!

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TastefullyJulie 15/10/12 22:21

Looks delicious and I have everything I need to make it!

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twodogsinthekitchen 16/10/12 00:12

Those look really good and healthy for you!!

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Medeja 16/10/12 01:52

They look very tempting!

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Gloria 16/10/12 01:55

These patties look awesome ANgie! I love use burgul too!!

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mjskit 16/10/12 05:31

Why have I forgotten about bulgur? I use to cook it quite a bit but it's been years. Thanks for reminding me of what a wonderful grain it is and what can be made with it. Great patties and the yogurt is perfect!

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Lisa H. 16/10/12 06:24

Pretty patties... and awesome flavours :D

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Simple Living 16/10/12 08:38

Would love to try this one of these days cause it looks YUM!

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Lite Home Bake 16/10/12 15:33

Love the idea of healthy meatless patties. Nice clicks as always :)

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Elisabeth 16/10/12 15:54

Angie, you have so may uses for Bulgur Wheat...just incredible. Absolutely loving these awesome patties. I keep mentioning that I will make something different with my bulgur and lucky for me, I have all the ingredients on hand. The only thing I will not be able to get is the lemon balm leaves, so I will substitute it for grated lemon and perhaps some lemon juice?

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Munatycooking 16/10/12 19:20

So yummy! love the clicks and the presentation, would love to try it ;)

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Cheap Ethnic Eatz 16/10/12 19:44

I have had bean or various peas patties but never bulgur. Sounds really interesting. The flavors are spot on too, love it.

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Soni 16/10/12 20:19

Oh Yumm!! Love the look of these and could easily enjoy a plateful :) Delicious and healthy!

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The Squishy Monster 16/10/12 20:25

What a great twist to "veggie" burgers. I'll have to give these a try as they seem to be a nod to the lentil patties I had a few weeks ago. I enjoyed those and I just know I'll love these!

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Viviane Bauquet Farre 16/10/12 22:06

Yum, Angie! Bulgur is so underrated! I love this idea and, as always, your execution is flawless. Lemon balm yogurt - oh la la!

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Biren @ Tea Tattler 16/10/12 23:42

This is something I need to try. I have never cooked with bulgur. Looks and sounds delicious!

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Parsley Sage 17/10/12 00:08

You must have KNOWN I had a bag full of bulgar in the pantry with absolutely NO idea what to do with it :) These look fabulous!

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Reeni Pisano 17/10/12 03:09

What healthy and delicious little bulgur patties Angie! Love the lemon balm yogurt!

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Juliana 17/10/12 04:51

Looks delicious Angie, what a perfect combination of these bulgur patties with the lemon balm yogurt. Beautiful pictures as always.
Hope you are having a fantastic week :)

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Gerry @Foodness Gracious 17/10/12 06:57

These look fantastic and super healthy too! I love the lemon balm yogurt..

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noobcook 17/10/12 07:44

they are beautifully captured and made me hungry :)

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Joanne 17/10/12 14:30

And to think, I just bought a bag of bulgur! How perfect are these!!

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Ah Tze @ Awayofmind Bakery House 17/10/12 17:12

The flavour of this patties is new to me, bulgur and the cumin powder are those of the ingredients I have yet to try on. It looks delicious! wish I can try a piece or two :)

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the food dude 17/10/12 17:26

I have yet to try bulgur, but these look delicious! Always great to learn something new from you!

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Jasline (Food Is My Life) 17/10/12 17:52

Beautiful photos! I've not seen bulgur in my local supermarkets before, hopefully I can chance upon them so I can try this delicious-looking recipe!

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Kiersten @ Oh My Veggies 17/10/12 18:26

My mom always grew lemon balm--I remember it taking over the yard! She never did anything with it though (although as a kid, I loved rubbing the leaves between my fingers and smelling them!), so it never occurred to me to cook with them. I bet the sauce is so fragrant!

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Lyndsey Chapin 17/10/12 19:39

These are really nice I enjoy meatless patties. You make them look so special! Thanks!

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Faith 17/10/12 20:34

What a lovely recipe, Angie! That flavorful yogurt sounds like the perfect topping!

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Kiran @ KiranTarun.com 17/10/12 22:51

This looks like an amazingly delicious and light appetizer!!

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SavoringTime in the Kitchen 18/10/12 00:07

They look so tasty! I've never used lemon balm nor see it here. I wonder if I could substitute some lemon thyme that I still have growing in a pot?

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lisa is cooking 18/10/12 00:25

Those golden, veggie patties look delicious! I wish I had lemon balm in my garden to add to the yogurt. Sounds great.

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rita cooks italian 18/10/12 01:11

Hi Angie! Lemon balm? I was wondering for a long time what to do with it apart from flavoring my tea. Bulgur patties, sound exicting I wonder if I will be able to keep the mixture together when I'm frying it.

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Callius Marie 18/10/12 05:10

They really look so crispy and at the same time chewable. I think I wanna rush to the market..

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Helene Dsouza 18/10/12 12:16

Agreed! that looks mighty delicious and I bet its addictive! thanks for sharing your recipe angie!

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Curiouseed 19/10/12 01:41

Beautiful pictures!! I love patties, they look delicious :)

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Amelia 19/10/12 04:57

Hi Angie, interesting recipe. Thanks for sharing it look delicious.
As usual always enjoy your photography and beautiful presentation.

Have a nice week ahead.

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Cass @foodmyfriend 19/10/12 05:41

I haven't had lemon balm in so long. You make me crave the weirdest things! This recipe looks like the perfect vegie treat for me :)

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Rosa's Yummy Yums 20/10/12 21:42

Mouthwatering! A great meal. I really like that combination and yogurt sauce.

Cheers,

Rosa

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Kelly Mulcair Registered Nutritionist. Content © 2011 Trinity Nutrition. 21/10/12 01:51

Lemon balm yogurt... oh my goodness, Angie...you always come up with the most exquisite ideas! This is a fabulous recipe.

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MaryMoh 21/10/12 21:16

These look interesting and delicious. I was at the supermarket the other day and was staring at the bulgur wheat and wonder what on earth they are and how to cook it. Now I know...at least 1 dish :D Thanks very much for sharing.

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My Little Space 22/10/12 14:59

This sounds pretty interesting. Have never heard of bulgur? Thanks for sharing.
Kristy

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Spicie Foodie 22/10/12 15:59

What a delicious recipe! I love bulgur. These patties would also be a great and healthy snack. Thanks for sharing:)

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Yasmeen 1/11/12 12:33

How fantastic - perhaps I'm a bit biased being a Middle Eastern blogger and all, but I do love the regional flavors here. We love bulghur but admittedly I rarely shape it into patties. You've inspired me to bring that habit back into our kitchen! Just lovely.

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Cinnamon and Thyme 3/11/12 18:21

I love bulgur! These look so yummy :).

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