What is kasha? It's roasted whole buckwheat.
Enjoy this naturally gluten-free groat (its name is deceiving, buckwheat is not a wheat grain) as a side dish or breakfast porridge. Buckwheat is enjoyed in many cuisines — savored for its bold, nutty, earthy flavor.
This pseudocereal* makes a delicious alternative to stone-ground oats. Boil a half cup of kasha in 2.5 cups of milk for a delicious alternative to stone-ground oats. For a flavorful breakfast, stir in some Hawaij for Coffee and top off with sliced strawberries, maybe a drizzle of maple syrup if you're feeling decadent.
Is there a more classic side dish than kasha varnishkes? Buckwheat and bowtie pasta, a pairing for the ages!
*botanically speaking, a seed but enjoyed like a grain
- Roasted Buckwheat Groats (Gluten Free)
- Cooking Instructions
- Boil 2 1/2 cups water, or milk in a small saucepan, add 1/2 teaspoon of salt & 1/2 cup kasha. Boil for 10 minutes or until liquid is mostly absorbed, stirring occasionally. Fluff with fork before serving
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My favorite grain! Perfect for a healthy breakfast with eggs, or more filling dishes with meat and onion.
As they say in Ukraine "You can't spoil buckwheat with too much butter", so be generous!