Kamut, butternut squash and…

2 comments

…sweet and sour hijiki

Here is a double-faced recipe: in summer can be enjoyed cold as a salad (even for brunched or cold dinners), in winter (adding of a bit of cooking water from the squash) will be a tasty and re-mineralizing soup.

Ingredients:
1 piece of butternut squash
kamut
extra virgin olive oil
salt to taste
pepper to taste
pickled seaweed hijiki

Method:
Prepare the sweet and sour seaweeds folllowing my recipe for pickled seaweed hijiki; in the meantime, steam cook the squash and boil the kamut; then dice the squash,

add salt and pepper. Combine all ingredients in a wok and mix them. Let it cool and store in the fridge until you’ll consume it.
For the winter version, add a little cooking water cooking from the squash and let it flavour well (if necessary, add a bit of soy sauce), to get a soup that you’ll serve hot with mini croutons, flavoured with garlic.

Comment:
Moderate consumption (up to once a week) of seaweed gives you the hair of your dreams …. 🙂 This year I don’t even have the late summe physiological hair loss.

Chef: Luu from VeganBlog

  1. sam 3 October 2011 at 06:17

    I hate seaweeds… I know I have to eat them, I’l try again with this recipe sounds good to “disguise” them! Pumpkin and kamut should halp in this regard 😉


  2. Jamie 3 October 2011 at 15:57

    Wow! Really interesting use of Kamut(r) brand khorasan wheat combined with the seaweed and butternet squash – I’m interested in trying the seaweed –

    Did you know….KAMUT® is the name of the BRAND, not the wheat. One of the biggest misconceptions about KAMUT® Brand khorasan wheat is that the name “Kamut” refers to the type of wheat, while in fact, KAMUT® is the trademark name. Bob Quinn, Founder of Kamut International, wanted to assure the quality of the organic, heirloom grain, khorasan wheat. Under the brand KAMUT®, consumers know they can trust this wheat will always be grown certified organic, will always be non-GMO, and will never be altered or modified. KAMUT® brand khorasan wheat is grown under strict production guidelines and every field is tested for high quality standards. Go to http://www.kamut.com/en/trademark.html for more information about this including how “KAMUT” was picked as the name!



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