The wheat plant produces a wide range of cereals including flour, buckwheat, and bulgur. Each product is an important ingredient in a wide range of recipes.

    23 Recipes




    Global Cuisine

    416 reviews

    These delicious, wholesome pancakes are very nutritious, too. Treat yourself to a healthy breakfast full of fibre!

    Recipe by: KAYKWILTS

    No reviews

    These little Russian pancakes have a deliciously distinctive flavour thanks to the buckwheat flour. Try them topped with a spoonful of your favourite dip.

    Recipe by: Zoƫ Harpham

    10 reviews

    This recipe makes a delicious and hearty loaf that is perfect for any kind of sandwich. Cracked wheat and oats add a great texture.

    Recipe by: CHRISW

    38 reviews

    I make this super healthy bread in the bread machine which makes it very easy. It's sweetened with a little honey.

    Recipe by: Frank De Lisi

    5 reviews

    This recipe make a very hearty loaf packed with protein, but you need to start sprouting the wheat several days in advance. You also need whole wheat berries - the entire kernel of wheat with the bran and germ.

    Recipe by: MARBALET

    14 reviews

    If you don't like rice, try this recipe with which pairs buckwheat with bacon. It's a hearty, meaty side dish that goes with anything.

    Recipe by: REDFIORO

    20 reviews

    It can almost be guaranteed that most, if not all, of these ingredients are already in the cupboard. This is a great afternoon tea cake, to serve with coffee - maybe with a little cream and some fresh berries on the side.

    Recipe by: hezb

    27 reviews

    Cracked wheat can be found in health food stores and it adds a nice texture to this light loaf. Very easy to make in a bread machine.

    Recipe by: Sue Litster

    22 reviews

    Buckwheat is mixed with onions and pasta to make this very simple and traditional Western European side dish. It is a staple at our holiday table and delicious drenched in gravy.

    Recipe by: Lobbylady

    31 reviews

    Be sure to leave the biscuits on the baking tray for at least one minute after removing them from the oven. This allows them to "flatten" and firm up, also make sure you use rolled oats, not instant!

    Recipe by: DONNA NEWLAND

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