Megan Said:Can I have your "oatmeal" recipes, please?
We Answered:I also love oatmeal. I also like to take it in the morning and those that can be taken anytime.
Anyway, here are just three of them. It can be any type of oatmeal.
1.Duncan Hilditch's Porridge
Put one cup of Hamlyn's oatmeal in a pan with 3Â½ - 4 cups of cold water. Stir gently over a medium heat until it reaches simmering point, lower heat and continue to stir for five minutes to avoid any lumps - don't leave it a minute longer or the porridge will lose its texture. Add Â¾ teaspoon of salt or to taste and one teaspoon of sugar. Before serving, stir in Â¼ cup of cream, give the porridge a final beat and pour into bowls. Sprinkle a little soft brown sugar around the edge and drizzle with more cream if desired.
2. Crunchy Brunchy
275g (10oz) Hamlyns Scottish Porridge Oats
25g (1oz) butter
60g (4tbsp) soft brown sugar
30ml (2tbsp) honey
110g (4oz) raisins
50g (2oz) chopped hazelnuts
Preheat oven to 230ÂºC/ 450ÂºF/ Gas 8
Melt butter, sugar and honey in saucepan, add remaining ingredients and mix thoroughly. Turn mixture onto a greased baking tray and bake for 15 minutes or until well browned and crisp. Leave to cool, then crumble and store in an airtight container.
Here are those for my cookies...
3 c Oatmeal (flour)
1/2 c Oatmeal
1/2 c Whole wheat flour
1 c Sucanat* (granulated cane
1 c Shredded coconut
3 tb Featherweight* (baking
1 ts Salt, Optional
1 c Chopped walnuts
1 c Raisins
4 tb Water
2 ts Vanilla extract
1/2 c Honey (raw)
1 16 oz. can pineapple
1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees F.
2. In large bowl, combine all dry ingredients.
3. In blender, mix water, vanilla extract, honey and pineapple. Add to
4. Drop by spoonfuls on to non-stick baking sheet at 350 degrees F. for
HOPE YOU LIKE THEM.
Shane Said:Give me some good recipes with oatmeal, which are savoury?
1 pound ground pork
1 pound ground beef
8 cups water
2 1/2 cups pinhead oatmeal (we used steel cut)
1 large onion, sliced *
2 bay leaves, optional *
2 teaspoons salt
Pinch of pepper
In a large pot with a lid, boil the water, add salt, pepper and oatmeal. Cover and let cook for two hours, stirring often. Add the meat, onion and bay leaves. Mix well. Cook for another hour, stirring often. Remove bay leaf. Pour into bread pans (size doesn't matter). Refrigerate overnight.
To serve: Slice the goett and fry it until crispy or just until heated through. Goetta may be served with pancakes and eggs, on sandwiches or in place of meat at dinner.
* Two teaspoons of savory may be substituted for the onion and bay leaf
Philip Said:Anyone have any oatmeal recipes?
We Answered:My daughter likes to melt chocolate chips & peanut butter and then stir in some oatmeal. It's similar to no bake cookies, I guess. Here are some recipes for no bake cookies if you want to make them. http://allrecipes.com/Search/Recipes.aspâ€¦ Also, apple crisp is good. I usually do it on the stove top. I melt 1 stick of margarine with 3/4 c. oats. In a small bowl, mix 3/4 c. brown sugar, 1/4 c. sugar, 3/4 c. flour and 1 tsp. cinnamon. Add this to the butter & oat mixture. Stir until well blended. Peel, slice & core an apple. Cook it in the microwave with a little water for about 3 minutes, or cook in a pan on the stove. Drain. Add some of the crisp mixture to the apple. When I make it like this I usually get 3 to 4 servings. Or you can peel, slice & core the apples and lay them in the bottom of a 9 x 13 pan. You will probably need 4 - 5 apples or so. In a mixer bowl mix all of the crisp ingredients listed above. You'll want the butter to be softened. Sprinkle the crisp on top of the apples and bake at 350 for 45 minutes.
Doris Said:recipes for oatmeal cookies?
Just out of curiosity, I googled that and got 61,200 recipes!
Rather than list them, let me offer this tiny bit of advice.
Decide how you like your cookie, (soft or crispy), and use varying amounts of brown or white sugar! The darker the sugar, the more moisture it will suck out of the air, and the softer your cookie will be!
Want gooey? Use some molasses with darkest brown sugar! Want crispy? All white granulated. Find your center cookieman! Be the cookie! Feel the cookie!
Use good raisins, quality oatmeal and send me a couple!
Eva Said:Oatmeal recipes?
6 ounces flour
2 ounces oatmeal
2 ounces soft brown sugar (light brown sugar)
2 ounces butter
2 tablespoons black treacle (molasses)
1 teaspoon of ground ginger
1 teaspoon mixed spices
1 large egg
1 level teaspoon bicarbonate of soda
3 tablespoons milk
Note: In Britain a tablespoon holds 17.7 ml while the American tablespoon holds 14.2 ml so you may have to make some adjustments to the above (British) quantities.
Line a seven inch square baking tin with greaseproof paper which has been well buttered. Melt the butter, sugar and treacle in a saucepan over a gentle heat. Sieve the flour and bicarbonate of soda into a bowl. Add the oatmeal and spices. Add the melted butter and treacle mixture, a well beaten egg and the milk to the bowl, stirring well until completely blended. Pour into the baking tin and bake in a pre-heated oven at 350F/190C/Gas Mark 4 for about 45 minutes. Allow the cake to cool for ten minutes before turning out onto a wire rack.
One UK pint (20 fluid ounces or 600ml or two and a half US cups) milk
Half ounce (15g or 2 tablespoons) medium oatmeal
Quarter teaspoon (15g) salt
2 teaspoons (10ml) clear honey (Scottish heather honey if you can!)
1 tablespoon (15ml) whisky (or brandy, if you prefer)
Grated nutmeg or cinnamon sticks to taste
Add the oatmeal and salt to the milk in a saucepan and bring to the boil, stirring continuously. Remove from the heat allow to stand for ten minutes.
Strain the liquid into a clean saucepan, pressing the oatmeal to extract as much liquid as possible, discarding the oatmeal at the end. Stir in the honey and grated nutmeg plus the whisky or brandy. Reheat until it is almost boiling and serve immediately in mugs. Instead of using nutmeg, you can put a cinnamon stick into each mug and stir the drink in the mug with this between sips.
Teacup of medium oatmeal
Teacup of plain flour
Half teacup of milk
Tablespoon of soft brown sugar
3 oz butter or margarine
Level teaspoon salt
Level teaspoon bicarbonate of soda (baking soda)
Sieve the flour, salt and bicarbonate of soda into a bowl, add the oatmeal and mix. Cut the butter or margarine into small portions and rub into the mixture with your fingers. Add the sugar and mix well. Pour in the milk and mix until you have a stiff but workable dough.
Shake some flour on a worktop, turn the dough onto it and shake a little flour on the top. Roll out thinly (about half an inch thick) and prick over with a fork. Cut into rounds with a scone cutter and place on an oiled baking tray. Bake in a pre-heated oven for 15/20 minutes at 350F/180C/Gas Mark 4. Use a palette knife to lift the biscuits onto a wire coming rack. Store in an airtight tin.