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Breakfast Steel Cut Oats


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Ingredients

2 portion(s)

Steel Cut Oats

  • 80 g Steel Cut Oats
  • 20 g Butter
  • 200 g water
  • 100 g Milk
  • pinch salt
  • 1 tablespoon raw sugar
  • 1 teaspoon cinnamon powder, to sprinkle
  • 50 g dried cranberries, (optional)
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Recipe's preparation

  1. 1. Place butter and oats into the TM bowl. Set temperature at 100/ speed 1 for 3 mins.

     

    2. Add water, milk and salt then continue cooking at 100 temperature for 12 minutes/ speed 3.

     

    3. Once cooked, pour into a bowl, sprinkle cinnamon, sugar and some cranberries to serve.

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Tip

If you like your oats cremier, replace the water with milk to make it 300g.

Additionally, you could also add the sugar into the cooking step 2 if you prefer a sweeter taste.


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  • Excellent, thankyou. Blueberries (or banana) &...

    Submitted by CandysHomePatch on 23. July 2021 - 16:01.

    Excellent, thankyou. Blueberries (or banana) & yogurt on top to finish! (We add Macca & seeds to our porridge once it's in the serving bowl, thin with a splash of hot water if it thickens)

    CandysHomePatch

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  • Great recipe! I added vanilla bean during cooking...

    Submitted by Cass-A on 17. January 2021 - 08:57.

    Great recipe! I added vanilla bean during cooking and once cooked stirred through a tablespoon of hemp seeds.
    I left out the sugar and topped with blueberry chia jam

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  • samtren:...

    Submitted by Purplerain on 2. August 2020 - 07:51.

    samtren:

    I followed your steps. Used brown sugar instead of raw and threw in about 4 Tbsp of sultanas in the last 4 mins. It was so delicious.

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  • Thanks so much for the recipe. To make 4 serves, I...

    Submitted by Mez189 on 24. June 2020 - 13:05.

    Thanks so much for the recipe. To make 4 serves, I blitzed a couple of bananas first, then added 20g of chia seeds, double the quantity of oats, made the total liquid up to 800g and adjusted Step 2 cooking time to 25 minutes. Great way to cook breakfast while you're in the shower! Reheats well for the next morning.Love

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  • Ive never heard of steel cut oats What are they...

    Submitted by Mara Williams on 10. June 2017 - 20:15.

    I've never heard of steel cut oats. What are they and how are they different to normal oats? Thank you.

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  • Just trying steel cut oats for the first time Left...

    Submitted by Paula De on 28. May 2017 - 10:06.

    Just trying steel cut oats for the first time. Left the sugar out. Topped it with greek yoghurt, banana, flaked coconut, maple syrup and toasted macadamias. So good!

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  • Made this recipe several

    Submitted by Gordy00 on 26. January 2016 - 09:03.

    Made this recipe several times now. I also add a tsp of vanilla extract to the cooking and honey afterwards. Easily doubled for next day too. Thanks for sharing 

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  • Great recipe! The oats were

    Submitted by vtan288 on 8. January 2016 - 09:01.

    Great recipe! The oats were still slightly crunchy after 12min so I modified slightly.  I added total 350ml water+milk (rather than 300ml) and cooked for additional 5minutes. 

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  • Love this! Delicious!! It's

    Submitted by Very lots of busy on 12. November 2015 - 10:09.

    Love this! Delicious!! It's perfect to put on before my morning shower... Rolled oats are now banished from our kitchen tmrc_emoticons.;)

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  • Was I supposed to soak my

    Submitted by Ashley8513 on 4. November 2015 - 08:13.

    Was I supposed to soak my steel cut oats overnight? I didn't, and my oats were a bit gluggy and not quite right. I did half the recipie so perhaps I should just stick with the full portion next try. 

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  • Thanks for posting, I did the

    Submitted by ShellzMcL on 13. June 2015 - 14:46.

    Thanks for posting, I did the same as samtren, although I don't add sugar to mine, I add maple syrup instead.

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  • Great recipe!  I made a

    Submitted by samtren on 4. May 2015 - 08:30.

    Great recipe!  tmrc_emoticons.)

    I made a larger batch by doubling everything (except the butter and sugar, which I left the same) so I could have it for a few days.  I adjusted the cooking time at step 2 to 25 minutes.  It turned out perfectly.  Thanks!

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  • Thanks for the recipe. First

    Submitted by marissa18 on 28. December 2014 - 09:29.

    Thanks for the recipe. First time I have ever had steel cut oats. I halved the recipe but still cooked for full time and it was great.

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