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6 steel cut oats recipes


Last Updated : Jun 24,2018




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Recipe# 42406
26 Jun 18
 
by Tarla Dalal
Steel-cut oats is a high-fibre product made by slicing oat grains into two or three groats each. It is healthier and more mealy than quick cooking oats, and has a really awesome mouth-feel. You can make exciting breakfast and snack options by combining st ....
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Recipe# 42403
31 May 18
 by Tarla Dalal
Steel-cut oats is a variety that’s gaining popularity of late. Here, whole grains of oats are cut into two or three groats. Hence, the name steel-cut. Since it is made from whole grains of oats, it has a mealier mouth-feel. Being rich in fibre , this
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Recipe# 42400
26 Mar 18
 by Tarla Dalal
Chai Masala, with its well-balanced mix of spicy notes, is ideal to flavour many dishes, not just tea! This Strawberry Steel Cut Oats with Tea Masala is an example that proves our point. Here, the oats is perked up with chai masala and a dash of vanilla, sweetened mildly with maple syrup. With t ....
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Recipe# 42401
26 Mar 18
 by Tarla Dalal
An exquisite breakfast that is unlike anything you have tasted before, the Pumpkin Steel Cut oats combines cooked and blended red pumpkin with steel-cut oats. The recipe gets a flavourful boost from apples, a touch of nutmeg and a sprinkling of roasted sunflower seeds. The luscious texture of th ....
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Recipe# 42390
31 May 18
 by Tarla Dalal
Steel-cut oats, which can be bought at well-stocked supermarkets and in specialty/ gourmet food stores, are groats of oats made by chopping whole oats into two or three pieces. It has a nice grainy mouth-feel, which is quite satiating. Just the taste and texture instils a sense of well-being and ....
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Recipe# 42389
09 Jun 18
 by Tarla Dalal
Steel-cut oats is a coarse oatmeal, made by chopping whole oats into two or three pieces. Hence the name ‘steel cut’. It is a gluten-free whole grain that is much healthier than quick cooking rolled oats. It is rich in fibre and lowers cholesterol. Best of all, it has a nice grainy texture that ....
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