To someone who has never tried making or eating savory oats, they might sound a little strange. Usually, when we think of oatmeal or porridge, we see sweet fruits and spices folded into the creamy grains. But, believe me, savory oats hit a spot of filling satisfaction that sometimes the sweeter can’t really give. I love to incorporate veggies into mine to bring it full circle.
This dish is similar to Vangibath, south Indian breakfast dish.
Including oats in your dialy diet is essential for overall good health. It helps in healthy weight management, reducing cholesterol and reduces the risk of heart disease
Cooking time: 20-25 minutes
Preparation time: 15 minutes
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One always looks for a healthy breakfast recipes and sometimes for snacks…This recipe is inspired from Indian bhelpuri chaats. I have customised with an addition of fresh orange juice, so you get all tangy and savoury taste in this recipe.
Oats can help keep your body lean and strong because it is full of fiber that keeps your stomachs fuller longer. Also helps to lower ones Cholesterol and blood sugar levels. A US research lab found that Drinking orange juice along with oats meal cleansed arteries and prevents heart attacks with twice efficiency than consuming just bowl of oats.
Cooking time: 7-10 minutes
Total time: 15 minutes