Grains and greens are a super satisfying combination because of their high combined fiber content. If you enjoy ancient grains like quinoa and farro, you’ll love kamut too. Kamut is a type of wheat originating from Egypt. It’s not the kind of wheat from which typical bread flour is made, but certainly has the versatility of wheat and other grains. It’s flavorful, nutty taste and somewhat chewy texture make kamut a nutritious addition to a salad or substitute for rice.
Tricolor Kamut SaladPrint recipe
- 4 Servings
- Prep Time: 10 minutes
- Cook Time: 45 minutes
- Calories: 219
Make Ahead Tip
Kamut can be cooked 1-2 days in advance.