Kamut is a high-protein wheat that has a satisfying nutty flavor.
Erin Patton and her boyfriend, Mike Rabourn, turned their Northampton, Mass., abode into a test-kitchen while perfecting the “Neat Ball” for this recipe. An avid home cook, Erin enjoys creating meatless meals that appeal to all her guests. This great recipe received an honorable ...read more
This recipe is related to those famous Middle Eastern pilafs in which lentils are combined with a cooked grain and caramelized onions: Made with rice, its called mujaddara, with bulgur, its imjadra. But you can make a fine variation with Kamut, spelt or farro. Green lentils are ...read more
The great-great granddaddy of grains, kamut also is known as Egyptian wheat but it should not be confused with ferik, a green, unripened wheat popular in the Middle East. To reduce the cooking time of the kamut by half, soak overnight in cold water. Drain and cook as directed for ...read more