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Ikea wheat pilaf and salmon..

(17 Posts)
Draylon Tue 10-Jan-17 16:40:31

Was bloody lovely!

What do you think the 'wheat' was? Pearlised spelt?

AM having a go at guessing what was in it and making it!

Blondie1984 Tue 10-Jan-17 16:49:43

Could have been freekeh

ALemonyPea Tue 10-Jan-17 16:50:14

Looks like barley to me.

A quick Google brought this up on BBC food

Blondie1984 Tue 10-Jan-17 16:51:57

Or maybe buckwheat

JumpingJellybeanz Tue 10-Jan-17 17:09:06

It's probably exactly what it says. Here in Sweden in called mathavre and is grains of wheat that you cook like any other grain.

Draylon Tue 10-Jan-17 17:15:26

Thanks, I was looking at the bulgur wheat in-store, and it looked like big grains of sand, whereas this looks like this picture.

JumpingJellybeanz Tue 10-Jan-17 17:24:57

It's ordinary wheat grains not bulgur wheat. I believe it's sometimes sold as 'wheat berries' in the UK.

Draylon Tue 10-Jan-17 17:26:47

I'm guessing pearled spelt!

Hope so as that's what I've got cooking now!

judit77 Sun 02-Apr-17 18:58:40

It's barley.

bruffin Sun 02-Apr-17 19:06:12

Ocado do wheatberry mixed with edeme beans. Its gorgeous

NatAndrew1970 Sun 07-May-17 16:56:59

It's definitely wheat berries. I couldn't figure out what they were either - since they look like barley, but don't taste like barley - so I asked the chefs behind the counter. Wheat berries come in 'hard' red wheat berries and 'soft' white wheat berries. Tesco's sell them.

PaperdollCartoon Sun 07-May-17 16:57:49

Is wheat berries

PaperdollCartoon Sun 07-May-17 16:57:54

It's*

MsRinky Sun 07-May-17 20:50:24

Wheat berries are often called Ebly in the UK. Spelt will probably be nicer though.

Kokusai Mon 08-May-17 08:41:51

I love wheat berries!

Try the ikea veggie balls next time you go, they are delish.

chanie44 Thu 11-May-17 08:24:02

I love the IKEA dish. I'm going to try it at home.

Wormulonian Fri 12-May-17 19:16:24

If you can't get wheatberries, Faro is very similar and delicious (more nutty flavour than barley)

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