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Discussion in 'Personal' started by Vince_Ulam, Oct 30, 2015.
Best meal of the day. Preferably for breakfast.
every work day, yes.
Yeah... got to agree with you there.
Though I always manage to burn the base, too much heat!
Get it to boiling/simmering point, and then turn the heat off - it should continue to cook through as it slowly cools.
Or use a haybox.
Oh. I thought this was about the sitcom.
40 grms Scott's Porage Oats
260 grms milk
4 minutes in microwave
Time for a shower between pressing button and cool enough to eat.
Shake oats into bowl
Pour boiling water over them
Stir with spoon
Leave to stand while shower, dress etc.
Return and eat.
I do mine in a microwave. Have been hooked on it for breakfast this past year. I like to have some blueberries or sliced strawberries in it.
Definitely blueberries. Blackcurrants or redcurrants work too, as do raspberries. Not that keen on strawbs.
Made with semi skimmed milk, fruit on top, either blueberries, summer fruits or grapes and a swirl of cream on top.
I put my fruit under the porridge (I make the porridge in a jug and then decant into the bowl on top of the fruit - the dog gets the remainder from the jug when it's cold as her lunchtime snack) - it bring out the flavour of strawberries wonderfully.
ready brek made with boiling water and a bit of sugar stirred in, at work
i like the proper stuff with a large splat of butter in it. mmm... or with honey and banana.
The beauty of using a microwave is that you get a show as well as the mixture bubbles away. Rather like 'Monster from the Deep Lagoon'!! It used to keep my daughter entertained while I did other morning 'stuff'.
Full fat is the only way to go
Use to have strawberries and honey in mine...
Got a hankering to go back now.
This thread has made me happy... well it made me make a bowl of porridge which was yummy and warming on a chilling evening!
Has to have blueberries in it.
Surely this thread should be in the Cookery section. I'm surprised someone hasn't alerted the mods ...