Nutritious, delicious and filled to the brim with great health benefits, khorasan wheat, more commonly referred to as kamut, is an amber-coloured wheat staple across the world. Twice the size of regular wheat, kamut has a richer, creamier and nuttier taste when cooked.
Not only is khorasan wheat high in fibre, a good source of the minerals magnesium and selenium, and filled with antioxidants, it also thrives at adding amazing tastes and textures to stews, soups, pilaffs and salads.
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