Blogging Marathon# 49: Week 1/ Day 2 Theme: Brunch Recipes Dish: Pan Seared Oatmeal with Warm Fruit Compote Oatmeal is one of my favorite breakfast foods and I can have it either sweet or savory in the morning. I soak them in milk and ground cinnamon the night before, if I remember, and they are ready for me in the morning. I eat them along with some seasonal fruit and nuts and I’m good to go till lunch.
Blogging Marathon# 47: Week 4/ Day 3 Theme: Bookmarked Recipes Dish: Morning Glory Oatmeal For the final day of this year’s blogging marathon, I have a very healthy & delicious variation to regular oatmeal. I bookmarked the recipe from Joy the Baker’s blog and made it almost a year ago in January of this year. Finally these healthy oats are seeing the light of day today 🙂
Bake-a-thon 2014: Day 6 Bake of the day: No Knead Honey Oat Bread I like baking bread and usually use either my stand mixer or breadmaker to knead the bread. But I recently started making no-knead breads. As the name suggests there is no kneading required to make these breads. No-knead bread was how people made bread thousands of years ago — before they discovered that by pulling, beating, stretching, stirring or otherwise ‘kneading’ wheat doughs they could speed up the gluten-developing process. A renewed interest in this technique started after a no-knead bread recipe was published in 2006 in…
Blogging Marathon# 46: Week 2/ Day 2 Theme: Lemon/ Lime Recipes Dish: Lemon Oats/ Oats Nimmakaya Pulihora For the ‘Lemon/ Lime recipes’ theme, I have a very simple and healthy dish with oats today. My husband is not a big fan of oats or may be I should he doesn’t like oats cooked in any way. But I like oats, both in savory & sweet preparations like this breakfast oats or this vegetable oats. I usually make these dishes for myself when my husband is traveling 🙂
This is a hearty and delicious oatmeal porridge that you would love to wake up to on Christmas morning. The oats are soaked overnight making them soft and quick & easy to cook in the morning. Adding grated apple was my favorite in this dish. Recipe adapted from here. Check out the entire Swedish meal here.
Blogging Marathon# 35: Week 3/ Day 1 Theme: Kid’s Delight — Cooking with Whole Grains Dish: Breakfast — Whole Grain Pancake Mix We are starting 3rd week of blogging marathon# 35 today and my theme for this week is ‘Kid’s Delight — Cooking with Whole Grains’. This edition of Kid’s Delight event is being hosted by Sandhya @ My Cooking Journey. She is looking for kid approved dishes that are made with ‘Whole Grains’. When I signed up for this theme I had a lot of ideas of what I want to make for this week. But then I started…
Oats Rava Idli is a Healthy & nutritious breakfast.
Blogging Marathon# 33: Week 4/ Day 1 Theme: BM# 32 Bookmarked Recipes Dish: Quick Oatmeal with Dates & Honey by Sreevalli We start our last and final week of BM# 33 for this month and my theme for this week is ‘Bookmarked recipes from BM# 32’. This was probably the hardest theme for me this month. I had a very tough time selecting 3 dishes to make from more than 550 dishes. Finally after a lot of deliberation, I decided on 3 dishes based on the ingredients I had in my pantry. So for the first day I made this…
Blogging Marathon #25: Week 1/ Day 2 Theme: Baking with Whole Grains Dish: Wholewheat Oatmeal Bread Wholewheat Oatmeal bread has been on my to-make list for a while now. For some reason the combination of wholewheat and oats sounded delicious. So when I saw the theme “Baking with Whole Grains”, I knew right away that I have to give this combo a try.
VeganMofo Day 12: Breakfast on a weekday in our household used to be a quick toast with pb&j or cereal. Being home and having my mom around, we have started to have more substantial breakfasts now. Today morning I made this quick and healthy Oats Upma (porridge). I was planning on using Steel Cut Oats, but ran short of time, so ended up using Rolled oats for a quicker breakfast. Also I grated a carrot and added it, so it cooks faster. Veggies like potato, peppers, green beans, shredded cabbage etc can also be added.