Kamut is an ancient Egyptian wheat that has been cultivated since 4000 B.C. This recipe uses kamut flakes. It tastes great with diced fuji apples, dates, and walnut pieces. You can buy kamut flakes in the bulk section of a natural food store such as Whole Foods.
1 cup kamut flakes
4 cups water
Agave nectar (to taste)
1 fuji apple
- In a saucepan bring water and kamut flakes to a boil.
- Simmer over medium heat for about 5 minutes or until the kamut flakes are creamy and water has been absorbed. Stir occasionally.
- In the meantime, dice the apple and the dates.
- When the kamut flakes are cooked add the agave nectar and mix.
- Place the apples in two or four serving bowls and spoon in the kamut.
- Top with dates and walnuts. Or, if you prefer spoon the kamut into the bowls first and then top with the apples, dates, and walnuts as shown in the picture.