Kamut is a very old cereal (5000 years ago was cultivated by the Egyptian) with great nutritional properties. Its appearance is similar to wheat, with the difference that its grains are larger and therefore it is also called “giant wheat”. It is able to give a much greater energy input and it’s considered one of the most complete cereal from a nutritional point of view. It’s rich in magnesium, potassium and phosphorus and it’s an important source of Vitamins A, B and E. In addition, kamut also contains small amounts of alpha and beta-carotene. It has good digestibility and assimilability and it is known for its antioxidant properties.
Puffed Kamut. It may contains traces of gluten, soy, milk and nuts. Store in a cool and dry place away from direct sunlight.
-150g rice flour
-1 teaspoon of yeast
-70g brown sugar
-4 spoon of sunflower biologic oil
-60g Puffed Kamut
-50g dark chocolate
-30g candied orange peel
-pinch of salt and a bit of milk
Mix flour, yeast, sugar and a bit of salt. Add the egg, the chocolate (crumbled), Puffed Kamut, the candied orange peel. Add the oil and a some spoons of milk to get a homogeneous and sticky mass. Place a pan in the baking tray, place dough blocks away from each other and flatten them with the spoon, giving a round shape. Now bake at 170° for 10 minutes and remove the biscuits from the oven when they are still soft on the surface. Let them get cold and then taste!
* The sodium content is exclusively due to the one naturally present