Heat your pan and pour dry buckwheat groats
Toast at moderate-high heat and keep on stirring to avoid burning the groats
You'll smell and see the toasting, add spices and salt. stir well
Lower completely the heat and wait for a minute
Gently, pour a little amount of water at a time stirring till the bubbling reduces
Increase the heat till boiling takes place.
Cover the groats and leave them to simmer till all the water is absorbed
You'll hear a kind of rainy noise when the water is absorbed completely
Cut off the heat, add oil and gently stir the groats to mix with oil
Cover and wait to cool. You can serve your buckwheat hot or cold
Cooked buckwheat will store well in a closed container in your fridge for up to a week.
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