- Add a handful to soups and stews.
- Add to chili and other bean dishes to help improve the protein content.
- Serve it warm with milk, sugar, and cinnamon as a hot breakfast cereal. I’ve found that 1/4 to 1/2 cup of cooked wheat is ample, since it is so dense and filling.
- Use it as a meat-extender in meat dishes, such as meatloaf.
- Toss a handful into a frying pan with sautéed mushrooms and eggs for a more nutritious egg scramble.
- Place some in a casserole dish and add a can of soup, sautéed onions, cooked meat chunks, and cheese. Bake until warm throughout.
- Make a tasty salad with cooked wheat, sliced celery, apple chunks, and a vinaigrette.
- Combine with cooked garbanzo beans, lemon juice, and olive oil for a wheat tabbouleh.