1½ glasses wheat berries (we utilized Hard White Winter Wheat Berries)
some drain (or water, however drain tastes better)
¾ glasses poppy seed
½ glass nectar
½ glass raisins
⅔ glass dry apricots, slashed
⅔ glass fragmented almonds (or slashed walnuts)
⅛ tsp salt
Flush wheat berries in icy water until water runs clear, at that point exchange to a bowl and absorb overnight tepid water, adding enough water to cover 2-creeps over the wheat berries.
The next day, deplete wheat berries, put them in a medium-sized overwhelming pot, cover with some drain and heat everything to the point of boiling over high warmth. At the point when drain begins to bubble, decrease warmth to low, cover with top and stew until wheat berries are exceptionally delicate, 3½ – 4 hours, contingent upon the nature of the wheat, mixing at times to forestall staying. Add more drain if necessary to keep the wheat berries completely submerged (If you stew over low warmth, you won’t need to include any longer drain).
While the wheat berries are on the stove, wash some poppy seeds altogether in a fine work sifter, deplete well, and exchange to a medium sauce container and include 3 mugs water. Over medium warmth, convey to a stew (Don’t bubble). Kill. Cover with top and let it sit for 30 min. Come back to a stew (don’t bubble). Kill. Cover and let it sit for an additional 30 minutes. Deplete poppy seeds well through a colander or by keeping top on and setting a few layers of cheddar material over top to catch stray poppy seeds. Push the poppy seeds through a nourishment processor, utilizing the fine pounding plate (You can likewise process the poppy seeds in groups in a spotless espresso processor).
Preheat the broiler to 350˚F. Spread ⅔ measures of fragmented almonds on a heating sheet and toast them for 5 minutes. Put them aside and diminish temperature to 325˚F.
At the point when wheat berries get extremely delicate, deplete off the drain in a glass measuring container. Keep some the cooked drain and dispose of the rest. Consolidate some nectar with some spared drain and blend until joined.
Put cooked wheat berries in a blending dish, include ground poppy seeds, ½ container raisins, ⅔ glass dry slashed apricots, ⅔ glass toasted fragmented almonds, nectar drain blend and ⅛ tsp salt. Combine everything and put in a meal or pie dish, than heat your kutia for 20 min revealed at 325˚F.
Expel kutia from the broiler, cover with thwart and let it rest 15 min. Serve warm or cool. The more it sits, the more flavor it will have. Kutia will rearward in the cooler for a decent 2 weeks.