Khorasan wheat — colloquially know as Kamut, a trademarked name — is a grain larger than conventional wheat and has a higher protein content. Some people with sensitivity to gluten have reported being able to tolerate khorasan, however since it is still a wheat, it is generally not recommended those with celiac disease try it out.
In terms of nutritional value, khorasan is solid, with a half-cup serving coming in at 140 calories and 6 grams of protein. It is cooked at a ratio of three cups of water per cup of khorasan. The grain also comes in puffed cereal form, for those looking for a breakfast cereal alternative.
This salad is chock full of complex carbohydrates and vegetable protein. Throw in extra roasted veggies to make a full meal out of it.
Looking for a low pressure way to try out a new grain? Cookies are about as lower pressure as it gets, so give these a try. They’re made with Kamut flour.
With sundried tomatoes and mozzarella, this khorasan salad is simple and delicious.
Kamut can also function as a grain topper to a green based salad, as demonstrated by this delicious citrusy salad.
These are like a healthy brownies. All the chocolate, none of the guilt.
Whether you’re a raw vegan, vegetarian, or an adventurous omnivore, this recipe will test your culinary skills and impress your taste buds.
Chicken and rice tends to be a weeknight childhood classic and chicken a kamut casserole puts a different spin on things.