This popular Russian and Eastern European recipe, made with the unique flavor of roasted
groats, can be served as a hot cereal or
for any meal.
To Recipe Box
To Meal Plan/Menu
To Grocery List
Rate & Review
1 cup roasted buckwheat groats
1 tablespoon olive oil
1 egg, beaten
2 cups vegetable stock
salt and pepper to taste
In a large skillet, heat the olive oil over medium heat.
Add the roasted buckwheat groats to the pan and stir a few seconds.
Add the beaten egg to the pan and stir immediately. The egg helps to keep the buckwheat groats from sticking together. Break up any clumps of egg and grain that may occur. Continue stirring until the mixture is dry and the grains are separated.
Pour in the vegetable stock, reduce the heat to low, cover the pan, and simmer for 15 minutes or until the buckwheat has absorbed the liquid. Do not stir the buckwheat during the absorption time.
Remove the kasha from the heat and allow it stand (covered) for 5 minutes.
Fluff the kasha with a fork and season it with salt and pepper. The kasha should have a rice-like quality.
Note: try kasha as a substitute for potatoes or rice. It’s a great gluten-free dish.
Slow Cooker Breakfast Bake
24 oz. bag of shredded hash browns
chopped fresh parsley
Slow Cooker Overnight Oatmeal
finely chopped apples
Breakfast Pigs in a Blanket
maple syrup for dipping
powdered sugar for garnish
More Similar Recipes
Kasha Recipe Reviews
Add A Review Now!
Comment on this
"I made this for my sister who is gluten intolerant and she said, "Ick!" but I thought it was rather good. I would have given it 4 stars, but since there were two of us voting, I averaged our scores. I'm sure I'll make it again for myself."
Full Site |
Contact Us |
© Copyright 2020 Tecstra Systems, All Rights Reserved, RecipeTips.com