Kamut Spelt Bread with Dried Plums, Hazelnuts and Sesame



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This is a dense nutty bread made with organic wholemeal spelt flour, kamut flour, hazelnut, sesame seeds, dried plums and thyme. Kamut (ancient khorsasan wheat) has a buttery, sweet, rich flavour and a nutritious alternative to conventional wheat flour. Kamut is very versatile, just like spelt, and can be used to make bread, cookies or cakes.

Kamut Spelt Bread with Dried Plums, Hazelnuts and Sesame

adapted from lecker
  • 50 g Sesame seeds
  • 130 g Dried plums
  • 1/2 bunch Thyme
  • 250 g Wholemeal spelt flour
  • 250 g Wholemeal kamut flour
  • 2 tsp Sea salt
  • 100 g Whole hazelnuts
  • 500 ml Water, lukewarm
  • 42 g Fresh yeast
  • 2 tbsp Balsamic vinegar
  1. Dry roast the sesame seeds in a pan on medium heat until lightly browned, shaking the pan occasionally. Turn off the heat and set aside to cool.
  2. Cut the dried plums into four pieces. Roughly chop the thyme leaves. Whisk together wholemeal spelt flour, wholemeal kamut flour, and salt. Add in dried plums, thyme leaves, 75 grams of whole hazelnuts, and 40 grams of toasted sesame seeds.
  3. Stir together the water and fresh yeast in a large bowl. Pour the yeast water into the flour mixture, then add in balsamic vinegar. Stir all the ingredients until mixed. The dough will be rather sticky.
  4. Scrape the dough into a parchment-lined loaf pan. Smooth the top and scatter the remaining hazelnuts and sesame seeds over. Place it on the lower rack of cold oven.
  5. Bake the bread at 225C/440F for about 90 minutes, tenting it with a piece of aluminum foil after 45 minutes. Leave the bread in the pan for 10 minutes after baking. Turn it out onto a wire rack to cool completely before slicing.

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79 comments:

Anne ~ Uni Homemaker 13/6/13 05:53

I love dense bread and love the idea of adding dried fruits here. Looks outstanding! I would love to have some of this for breakfast and some butter. YUM!

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Guru Uru 13/6/13 07:51

This bread is bursting with dried fruit, this is delicious :)

Cheers
Choc Chip Uru

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Rosa's Yummy Yums 13/6/13 08:09

Scrumptious! Flavorful and healthy.

Cheers,

Rosa

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Munatycooking 13/6/13 08:53

Whenever I wonder what new will Angie add to her bread, you drop in a pleasant surprise! OMG, two slices from this bread with butter, is a complete breakfast. What I admire is the combination between a soft texture of the bread and a crunchy one from the hazelnuts :)

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Lenia 13/6/13 10:53

This is my kind of bread!Delicious, filling, healthy!
Congrats,baker Angie!

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Mich PieceofCake 13/6/13 10:57

I love the combination of hazelnut, sesame seeds and dried plums in this bread. Plus the fragrance of herbs would make it so aromatic.

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Lite Home Bake 13/6/13 11:14

This is such an awesome looking loaf, pretty and nutritious. Wonder if I could substitute with wheat flour? I don't think I have seen kamut :)

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Violeta Pasat 13/6/13 12:04

Angie,I absolutely love your breads,seeing these pictures make me regret not eating too much bread.This bread has good ingredients,healthy ingredients and looks delicious!
cheers,Violeta

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Esther Lau 13/6/13 12:07

This kind of bread looks great, very healthy and delicous!

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Ilke 13/6/13 13:07

I learned one more flour! Never heard of kamut.
Interesting combination with thyme and hazelnut, I am really curious about the taste! Wonderful, healthy looking bread, Angie... You always amaze me :)

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Finla 13/6/13 13:55

This Kamut flour is new to me i will check it out and this bread looks so good.

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Caroline - All That I'm Eating 13/6/13 14:11

Wonderful as always, this would make a great breakfast bread!

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Marta @ What should I eat for breakfast today 13/6/13 14:33

hahaha, what a coinsidence, I made kind of similar one and will post it later on :)

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Stefania Piazzolla 13/6/13 15:27

This is really really good, wonderful recipe and wonderful ingredients!

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Roxana | Roxana's Home Baking 13/6/13 16:00

I don't think I've ever had anything with kamut except puffed kamut for breakfast. I will have to look at the local store to see if they cary kamut flour. What a great looking bread Angie.
Would love if you could bring it to this month #bakedwithlove
http://www.roxanashomebaking.com/dill-caraway-rye-bread-recipe-bakedwithlove/

Thanks

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Shirley Tay 13/6/13 16:04

I had a chance to try some organic spelt bread recently. Honestly, I've never heard of spelt bread before that. Those toppings & dried plums are sure great additions to the bread :)

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Rosita Vargas 13/6/13 16:17

Como siempre Angie una gran receta de pan se ve muy delicioso me encanta,saludos y abrazos.

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Pam 13/6/13 16:40

So flavorful and creative!

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Kari Lindsay 13/6/13 17:20

I've only baked with wheat flours simply because I never know what to do with all these new alternatives on the market. I do love a dense bread though, and I'm digging the plums and nuts!

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Veena Theagarajan 13/6/13 18:27

I am so tempted to bake breads.. Nice pic.. Love the texture of the bread

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twodogsinthekitchen 13/6/13 19:24

Another one of your most awesome creations! It sounds grand. Is your middle name Spelt? Just teasing ;)

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Hema 13/6/13 19:28

Wish I could get these different varieties of flours here, bread looks too good..

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Kiersten @ Oh My Veggies 13/6/13 21:10

Thyme and plums sound like they'd be delicious together in a bread. Beautiful!

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classicmontana 13/6/13 21:29

What a scrumptious looking loaf!

KAMUT® Brand khorasan is an organic, non-genetically modified, ancient wheat variety similar to durum. In 1990, “KAMUT” was registered as a trademark by the Quinn family in order to support organic farming and preserve the ancient khorsasan wheat variety. Under the KAMUT® Brand name, khorasan wheat must always be grown organically, never be hybridized or modified, and contain high levels of purity and nutrition. Today, Kamut International owns and has registered the KAMUT® trademark in over 40 countries, and is responsible for protection and marketing of all KAMUT® Brand khorasan wheat throughout the world.

KAMUT® wheat is grown on dryland certified organic farms primarily in Montana, Alberta, and Saskatchewan. The grain is prized by consumers who appreciate the grain for its high energy nutrition, easy digestibility, nutty/buttery taste, and firm texture. KAMUT® khorasan wheat is higher in protein, selenium, amino acids, and Vitamin E than most modern wheat and contains essential minerals such as magnesium and zinc. It is used as whole grain berries, whole grain flour, white flour, flakes, and puffs to make a variety of products. Some specific benefits of using KAMUT® khorasan are receiving more nutrients, protein, and taste than most commonly consumed whole wheat - plus supporting organic agriculture and helping to preserve an ancient grain.

KAMUT® khorasan is a variety of wheat thus has gluten content. A lot of people who are not able to tolerate wheat tell us that they are able to tolerate KAMUT® khorasan wheat. KI has ongoing research to understand why – it is our theory that because KAMUT® khorasan is an ancient grain, it retains the qualities that made it desirable so many years ago.

My kind regards - Jamie

Jamie Ryan Lockman | Regional Director – North America
Kamut International, Ltd.
P.O. Box 4903 | Missoula, MT 59806 | USA
406.251.9418 phone | 406.251.9420 fax
jamie.lockman@kamut.com | www.kamut.com

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Sangeetha M 13/6/13 23:59

All ur bread recipes were healthy, unique and delicious too...will check for these diff varieties of whole wheat flour in store next time i shop...loved its texture...wonderful photos!

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Liz Berg 14/6/13 00:02

I adore the combination of fruit and nuts in my bread...the crunchy-chewy combo is awesome! Love this loaf, Angie :)

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Abbe@This is How I Cook 14/6/13 00:37

Angie, I need to stock my pantry to bake like you do. But this sounds so good that I'm going, too!

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MyKitchenStove 14/6/13 01:50

I am so tempted to bake breads.. Nice pic.. Love the texture of the bread

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SavoringTime in the Kitchen 14/6/13 02:06

I love dried fruits and nuts in bread and this one looks so delicious and hearty!

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Beth 14/6/13 02:26

Healthy and delicious - a perfect combination!

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Chris Scheuer 14/6/13 03:10

I'll take a loaf sliced please, I would love this for my lunch sandwiches!

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Jasna Varcakovic 14/6/13 03:47

Another exotic bread full of goodness. Have a good weekend Angie!

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Mr. & Mrs. P 14/6/13 05:55

We can totally go for this with some butter and coffee for breakfast... Amazing

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Lisa H. 14/6/13 06:06

Gorgeous looking bread :D

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My Inner Chick 14/6/13 06:55

absolutely gorgeous! I Want!

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Koko 14/6/13 07:36

I am definitely a fan of kamut, although I have only used it in baked goods, not a real yeast bread. Another beautiful recipe.

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Debra Eliotseats 14/6/13 13:41

I just love savory herbs paired with fruit. This sounds divine. Must check out you blueberry choco tart!

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Man Ridwan 14/6/13 13:44

The combination of ingredients in this bread looks so good and work well together,weldone Angie :)

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Joanne 14/6/13 14:57

I currently have both dried plums AND hazelnuts to use up! What perfect timing!

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Georgia | The Comfort of Cooking 14/6/13 16:32

You always make the most gorgeous breads, Angie! This looks perfect for picnic sandwiches. :)

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Jennifer Kendall 14/6/13 16:36

This bread has such a wonderful rustic feel to it - sounds delicious!

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Helene Dsouza 14/6/13 17:12

Oh what a gorgeous artisan bread. You are the bread queen Angie!

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Alida 14/6/13 18:50

This is so pretty! What a rich and lovely bread you have made! I would have this with a bowl of salad only in order to enjoy all the beautiful flavours packed in this bread. Have a nice weekend!

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Mary Moh 14/6/13 20:38

Another bread that I love....so healthy and look so delicious.......mmmm

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Patty Price 14/6/13 21:17

I have a bag of kamut flour in my pantry and need to break it open to bake a loaf of bread! This one looks so fragrant and delicious ;-)

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tigerfish 14/6/13 21:52

Your bread is always so nutrient-dense! Power bread!

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Veronica's Kitchen 15/6/13 00:58

I haven't yet to make bread with spelt flour yet even though it is available at supermarket now. Kamut flour sounds interesting, great alternative to wheat flour.

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Dawn Yucuis 15/6/13 03:59

This bread looks yummy, I love the plums in this.

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Oksana 15/6/13 05:12

Angie, this bread looks so good, wholesome, amazing. Actually, all of your bread does.

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Kalyan P 15/6/13 09:17

looks delicious & mouthwatering!

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Anne Regalado 15/6/13 10:24

Love this nutrient-packed bread , Angie ! Full of wonderful flavor and texture :)

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Gourmet Getaways 15/6/13 10:29

Oh your loaves always look so healthful and rustic.. I just love looking at all the crunchy seeds and grainy goodness.

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easyfoodsmith 15/6/13 12:15

Absolutely love this version of the spelt bread. So healthy and beautiful.

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Susan 15/6/13 15:26

Your breads are always amazing and I'm wishing I lived next door to sample them, XOXO

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Ann Low 15/6/13 16:21

Love the dried fruits on the bread. Very healthy bread and look very delicious too.

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Jeannie Tay 15/6/13 16:28

I love how you bake your bread using such exotic flours that I have not heard of! Such a lovely loaf!

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lena 15/6/13 19:03

kamut, another healthy ingredient from your pantry, such a pretty loaf..as always !

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Barbara 15/6/13 19:41

Angie, your breads get better and better! Love fruit and nuts in a bread!

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Monica 15/6/13 21:08

I love learning about all these healthy breads. Great job, Angie! It must have a great texture and plenty of flavor...you don't need anything else to go with it (other than maybe a cup of tea).

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Nisa Homey 16/6/13 05:00

Yes I second that you are the bread queen, Angie....love to have this dense wholesome bread with all the flavors..wish I lived near you :(

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Gloria Baker 16/6/13 05:27

Love this but all your breads are always amazing Angie!!!

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My Kitchen Stories. 16/6/13 05:28

This one looks particularly delicious Angie. My most favourite breads contain fruit and nuts. Interesting facts about Kumat too.

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kitchen flavours 16/6/13 06:21

Hi Angie,
This is one gorgeous loaf of bread! Another interesting ingredient, kamut!

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Fimère 16/6/13 10:34

c'est délicieux avec les fruits secs j'adore
bonne journée

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Peachy @ The Peach Kitchen 16/6/13 14:47

I love all those good thing that went in on this bread!

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Cheah ~ No-Frills Recipes 16/6/13 15:27

I'm simply amazed at your creations of the different types of bread. Some of the ingredients, especially the flours, are new to me.

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Michael Toa 16/6/13 16:26

What a brilliant bread. You're always very imaginative with your flavours... Cut me a slice please :)

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Purabi Naha | Cosmopolitan Currymania 16/6/13 16:36

Wow, this bread is amazing! I am going to bookmark this right now!! :)

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mjskit 16/6/13 18:48

Where are earth do you find all of these unique ingredients? Kamut flour? Never heard of it, but your description of its flavor makes it sound interesting. I'll have to ask my baker friend if it's available here. A couple of slices of this tasty and healthy bread of yours would have gone perfectly with my breakfast this morning.

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Experience Food 16/6/13 20:15

Ohhh! Cannot wait to make this. Love your delicious creativity.
G

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Beth 16/6/13 20:24

How do you keep coming up with so many bread recipes? This one sounds delicious and looks beautiful.

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Lisa 16/6/13 23:24

What a gorgeous and healthy bread from one of my favorite blogger bread bakers (you, of course :)) You have given me so many ways to use my spelt flour..so thank you for that! BTW, I cannot stop saying 'ass-kickingly' now..I love it :)

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Paula @ Vintage Kitchen Notes 17/6/13 02:30

You always have an out of the ordinary ingredients in your breads Angie...balsamic vinegar? love that! And love prunes too. Gorgeous bread!

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Blog do Chocolate 18/6/13 13:31

Hello Angie :)

The more time goes by, the more I am addicted to homemade breads !
And yours is absolutely fantastic, well done ! :)

Cheers

Isabel

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Mother Rimmy 18/6/13 15:18

As I'm sitting at my desk this morning, I'm wishing I had a slice of this bread, slathered with butter, to eat with my coffee!

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Barbara Bakes 26/6/13 03:03

What a pretty bread. I haven't had bread with plums before. Sounds delicious.

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Yasmeen 26/6/13 12:48

This looks divine, Angie! I love the use of dried plums. We always have sesame seeds laying around as well. I'd love to make this over the weekend, and will let you know how it goes!

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