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Have your way with oatmeal

by Yvonne Ruperti

inSing.com - 23 January 2013 12:04 PM | Updated 24 Jan 2013

Have your way with oatmeal

Oatmeal is a delicious way to satisfy your hunger while maintaining a healthy, wholesome diet. This toasty grain is rich in fibre and B vitamins, and is also touted as being able to lower cholesterol. Too often though, oatmeal is overlooked as a versatile and interesting ingredient.

Here are three recipes to inspire you to give oatmeal a try, or to reinvigorate your relationship with this hearty grain: start your day off right with an easy sweetened baked oatmeal with fresh berries, or the creamiest ever soy oatmeal with bananas.

And surprise: oatmeal doesn’t have to be sweet. Be sure to try the tasty savoury oatmeal porridge with minced pork, egg and fried shallots.

 



Oatmeal porridge with minced pork and egg
Savoury chicken broth-based one-dish meal topped with crisped shallots


Baked oatmeal with mixed berries
Like a pie, but healthier – mixed with brown sugar, cinnamon and milk


Creamy soy oatmeal with bananas and brown sugar
A comforting how breakfast bowl for the lactose intolerant, too

 


In her former life in the United States, Yvonne Ruperti was a pastry chef, bakery owner, magazine writer, and cooking show co-host on America’s Test Kitchen TV. Now based in Singapore, she still writes for SeriousEats.com and maintains her own food blog. When not at work, she is busy concocting up recipes for a new cookbook.