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Kasha Pilaf

A refreshing change from rice, this makes a tasty side dish.

by Victoria Blashford-Snell and Brigitte Hafner


Buckwheat Tabbouleh

I love tabbouleh. It is always made with cracked wheat, but I wanted to rescue it for our special diet. This is our own gluten-free versi...

by Barbara Kafka


Marika’s Blini

These light, half-dollar-size buckwheat pancakes are a staple of weddings, funerals, and holidays in Russia. In New York’s Brighton Beach...

by Molly O'Neill


Buckwheat Crepes

Buckwheat crepes are originally from Brittany and parts of Normandy. Buckwheat is called blé noir in Brittany, and sarrasin in the rest o...

by Naomi Duguid and Jeffrey Alford


Buckwheat and Broccoli Salad in Tangy Miso Dressing

The dark flavor of Buckwheat gives this salad a range of tastes, from the deep, nutty grains to the tangy, sweet dressing. Brown and pigm...

by Robin Asbell


Petite Buckwheat Round

This little gem of a bread has such diverse uses. It is perfect as part of a hot soup and salad dinner, toasted for breakfast, or made in...

by Jennifer Katzinger


Buckwheat Shortbread Cookies

“This is a story, a very special story. It’s about Brian Jones, one of the Rolling Stones” —“Godstar,” Psychic TV, 1985 An easy recipe—sh...

by Brooks Headley


Buckwheat Galettes

Popular in Brittany, in northwest France, where the local cuisine is defined by rich, rustic flavors.

by Victoria Blashford-Snell and Brigitte Hafner


Kasha (with or without the Varnishkes)

Say “kasha” and you get a smile. This Jewish staple–buckwheat groats (a health food really, it’s so packed with vitamins and nourishment)...

by Judy Bart Kancigor


Thai Buckwheat Noodle Soup

Tom Yum soup is a brothy staple identified by the blend of lime leaf, lemongrass, chiles, cilantro, and galangal, which make it a well-li...

by Tina Leigh


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