Kamut, sometimes called Khorasan wheat, is an great source of protein, fiber, vitamin B1 and B3, in addition to many minerals. These nutrients have contribute to healthy cognitive function and metabolism, maintaining normal blood pressure and providing protection against oxidative stress.
There are many treats you can make with Kamut grains or flour including pancakes, breads and salads. Kamut flour can be substituted for whole wheat flour in any recipe. Kamut can also be used as a crispy breading, or to thicken sauces in place of wheat flour.
Note: Although the gluten in Kamut is different than found in modern wheat, it is still present and therefore the grain is not suitable for those with celiac disease.