Whole Wheat Bulgur Köfte with Tofu Scramble

I went to Turkey recently! Ok…not technically (or even physically) but instead, I went with my heart. You see, I was born in Ankara and spent my first few years there. And even though I’m not Turkish, I do feel my heart is undeniably connected to Turkey – especially with the food…and that brings me to this recipe.

These whole wheat bulgur köfte (or kibbeh if you’re from the East) are common bites to begin the day in Turkey. They are usually put together with some scrambled eggs and served with a salad and Ayran – a refreshing yogurt drink

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