Monday, June 23, 2008

Sprouted Wheat Flat Bread

Recipe by:zainab

This is my entry for bbd #11 -one year anniversary of Bread Baking Day - bread with sprouts hosted by BBD’s founder, Zorra (1x umrühren bitte).



304 g ground sprouted kamut wheat.
3 cups white flour.
2 cups water.
1 1/2 teaspoons yeast.
1 teaspoons salt.
1 Tablespoon sugar.
3 Tablespoons milk powder.



1) Place all ingredients in the bowl, mix until well combined by hand (The dough will be very sticky not soft).


2) Cover dough and let rise in warm place until doubled in size about 60 minutes.


3) Turn dough onto lightly floured surface, divide dough into 4 pieces, & shape each into a ball.


4) Preheat pan or griddle iron over high heat. Then adjust the heat to medium heat.

5) Place one ball into pan, flatten by your wet hand, make indents fingertips, cook about 1 minutes or until the bottom side browned.


6) Place flat bread on oven trays under the broiler until golden brown.



Susan/Wild Yeast said...

Another great bread from you! Never worked with kamut, I don't know if I can get kamut berries but I imagine wheat would work as well.

Noor said...

Asalam alaykum,

wow this bread looks amazing. I usually do the BBD but I did not do this one. Looked like it was just to much for me, lol. I knew you would make something amazing though. I love seeing the pics of the breads you do mashAllah.


Helen said...

WOW! I've never seen sprouted kamut wheat before, it looks really interesting and your bread looks stunning.

zorra said...

I have some kamut grains in my pantry, so I can try this delicious looking bread soon.

Cynthia said...

I just love the name of this bread - sprouted. I am such a fan of your bread-making skills.

Anonymous said...

Another fabulous bread. I missed this months challenge unfortunately but your effort looks wonderful.

Jeena said...

Wow this looks so wholesome and tasty. Brilliant recipe! I wih I had some Kamut now.

Noor said...

Hi, this is Noor from Ya Salam Cooking! I just love seeing all the yummy things that you bake and hope that you can participate in this months baking event, we would love to have you join!

Aparna said...

This is so good. Looks like a regular flatbread but full of nutrients.
What have you served it with,in your picture?

Arabic Bites said...

Thanks everyone for your nice comments!!!

I served it with feta cheese drizzle with a little olive oil & sprinkle the top with dried mint.

zainab :)

Madam Chow said...

Wonderful. I've been looking for a good flatbread recipe to serve with some lamb I'm going to be grilling, and this looks perfect! Beautiful job!

ostwestwind said...

Kamut, what a great ancient grain! I think it's the best way to sprout it, grinding at home is difficult.

Your flatbread looks great!

Ulrike from Küchenlatein

Jude said...

Looks really good. I would never think of putting sprouted grains in a flat bread.

Arabic Bites said...

Madam Chow,
Thank you ;)

I'm glad you stopped by :)

Thank you for the comment,Your blog is very interesting glad to found it. Looking forward to reading through your posts.

zainab :)

elizabeth said...

Are you using active dry or instant yeast for this recipe?

Arabic Bites said...

instant yeast.

elizabeth said...

Thank you. I'll give it a try.

elizabeth said...

Also, is the 304 grams kamut for dry or sprouted weight? I just weighed 10oz dry kamut and it was about 1 1/4 cups.
Thank you.

Arabic Bites said...


you're welcome..I hope you like it :D

the 304 grams for sprouted kamut.

zainab :)

Blog Widget by LinkWithin