recipe using instant oats

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  1. riefa

    riefa Bronze IL'ite

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    hi,,
    is anyone having simple recipe using oats?
    my husband bought instant oats (quaker) last week. He tried once but he didn't like. So full package stays untouched till now. I was wondering if i could make another breakfast stuff using that. Please share.
    Thanks
     
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    zingy Local Champion Staff Member Platinum IL'ite

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    oats idli

    Click for chitvish recipe - jiffy oats idli
     
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    Oats Porridge
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    Heat a tsp of oil. Add Jeera, a few black peppercorns and one opned green cardamom. Allow to splutter. Add about 2 tbsps of oats and saute well. Now add about 2 cups of water and let it boil till thick. Adjust salt to taste. Makes a very good and filling breakfast.

    Similarly, heat a tsp of ghee, Add green cardamom and saute 2 tbsp oats. Now add about 2 cups milk and allow to boil till thick. Add sugar to taste. This is also a very tasty and healthy breakfast for those with a sweet tooth.
     
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    U can make oats upma , replace rava with oats. 1:2 ratio water.U can add oats to chapathi dough, dosa batter etc.Dont waste it , it really good
     
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    Mousumi1971 Gold IL'ite

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    Technically oats is very healthy, but its taste is very bland. So, I usually powder it and mix it in Dal to give it thick consistancy. I hv also made khichdi and poha from it. I also mix it in my pancake batter with maida so that my kids gets to eat something tasty as well as healthy. Also when i make cutlets or pakoras,I sometimes replace suji with oats, to give it a crunchy effect.

    Possibilities are endless, u just have to be innovative and daring !!!!
     
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    hi, oats upma sounds good, as my husband likes upma. Will try on chappati/paratha dough also. Thanks
     
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    can u tell me more how to make oats poha and cutlets (that sounds interesting)? Do u soak in water first? Won't it become porridge if u put on water? Poha is one of my hubby fav.
    Yes i gotta explore more.
     
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    Hi
    I eat with rasam. First cook oats with water and then add rasam.especially garlic rasam goes well with oats. Or you cook oats and add curd and salt and then eat with any pickle like curd rice. You cook carrot,beans and potato like porridge and add oats. Add salt to taste. Or add milk to the cooked oats and add brown sugar and cinnamon powder. It is nice for breakfast.
    Enjoy
    Hams
     
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    hi, i made oats upma yesterday (with onion n tomato)..
    Hmm,yummy..
    Thanks
     
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    hi all..
    Thanks so much. Now i know that oats can be made into many tasty dishes.
    Has tried yummy oats upma..now will try oats 'halwa'..
    Anyone has more ideas? Please share.
     

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