Kamut® Wheat and Bean Soup

  • 1 Serving
  • Made in Italy
  • Ready in 3 minutes
  • Peso: 310g

KAMUT®

The history of KAMUT® Khorasan wheat began in 1949, when Earl Dedman, an American aviator based in Portugal, received some strange grains of wheat from a friend that affirmed that he took those ... View all

Ingredients

Water, KAMUT® Khorasan wheat*, tomato puree*, carrot*, courgette*, celery*, leek*, red lentil*, potato*, cowpea*, green adzuki bean*, Italian extra virgin olive oil, salt.

It may contain traces of soy* and milk*. Contains gluten and celery*.

*From organic farming

AVERAGE NUTRITIONAL VALUES PER 100g

Energy Fat of which saturates Carbohydrate of which sugars Fiber Protein Salt
264kJ / 63kcal 1,8g 0,2g 9,0g 1,5g 1,9g 2,6g 0,53g

How to use

Take the bowl out of the cardboard sleeve and remove the protective film. 

In microwave oven

Heat the product at maximum power (800W) for 3 minutes.

In a pot

Pour the product in a pot and heat until boiling.

Curiosity

KAMUT®

The history of KAMUT® Khorasan wheat began in 1949, when Earl Dedman, an American aviator based in Portugal, received some strange grains of wheat from a friend that affirmed that he took those grains from an Egyptian grave. Earl sent these thirty-six grains to his father, R.E. Dedman, a farmer from Fort Benton, Montana. After six years, Dedman produced over 40 tons of wheat, calling it "King Tut Wheat". In the 80s its popularity increased impressively and in 1990 the "KAMUT" brand was registered. Nowadays the KAMUT® Khorasan wheat can be found all over the world, in bread, pasta, pizza, cereals, snack food, sweets, crackers, beer and other cereal drinks.