Three tasty recipes for savoury oats

Three tasty recipes for savoury oats

Tired of the same old boring oats? Why not try savoury oats for breakfast?

Savoury oats

Oatmeal is one of the most common breakfast dishes, as it not only tastes good, but has many health benefits. 

Most people pair their breakfast oats with fruit, cinnamon, granola, and even peanut butter. 

But oats don't just taste good with sweet combinations, they are also great with savoury foods. 

If you want to add a bit of a twist to your morning oats, here's how you can make them savoury and tasty. 

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Mushroom oats

Add sautéed  mushrooms, pecorino Romano, and a poached egg for a filling savoury oats breakfast. 

Vegetable and egg savoury oats 

This savoury oats meal is not only perfect for breakfast, but lunch and supper as well!

Vegetable oats

Many people wait until lunch or supper to add vegetables to their meals, but you can begin at breakfast time with this savoury oats recipe.

Broccoli for breakfast? Why not!? 💚Spinach-tahini savoury oats with spicy tomatoes, broccoli and basil. . . Have you tried savoury oats yet? They're my preference 💯. They remind me of risotto. Who doesn't want a bowl of that in the morning?! This recipe also contains protein from the tahini and pumpkin seeds- so you'll feel satisfied till lunch! 👌🏼 . . Ingredients: 1/2 cup oats 1/2 cup milk of choice 1/2 cup water (plus more, as needed) Black pepper (to taste) 1.5 tbsp nutritional yeast 1 tbsp tahini 1/2- 1 tsp tamari, to taste Handful of spinach, chopped For the tomatoes: Baby tomatoes Red chilli flakes Olive oil Other ingredients: Handful of cooked broccoli Sprinkle of pumpkin seeds A few basil leaves Sprinkle of red chilli flakes Drizzle of olive oil Directions: Heat a drizzle of olive oil in a small pan over med-high heat. Add tomatoes and chilli flakes and cook, tossing occasionally, until softened and some start to burst, about 10 mins. Add oats, milk and water to a small saucepan and heat over medium heat until cooked (this doesn't take long- about 3-5 mins). Stir in the black pepper, nutritional yeast, tahini, tamari and spinach. Add a little extra water to loosen if needed. Place into a bowl, top with broccoli and tomatoes and remaining garnishes!

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