I have a weakness for all British (recipes), including Lord Peter Whimsey and I love porridge. Why not trying another porridge recipe from Nigel Slater?
I have used „zarte Schmelzflocken“ from Peter Kölln, THE brand for generations of children in Northern Germany. As a German food chemist, I can’t do cups
Nigel’s recipe uses 1.5 percent point more oat than Christopher Trotter, but the cooking time is shorter.
I made 1/4 of the following recipe and enjoyed it with a dollop of yoghurt and a bit of honey. Absolutely delicious!
Nigel Slater’s porridge recipe
Yield: 3 – 4 servings
Classic porridge recipe with oatmeal and water
total: 15 minutes
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There’s something about a warming bowl of oatmeal on a cold morning that just seems to start the day off right, especially with a little honey and yogurt added.
I agree with Zosia. A nice comforting dish on a cold day. I like the instructions for this recipe–stirring clockwise and dipping your spoon in cream!
Nothing like a good breakfast! Basic and easy to dress up with fruit or berries!
I never ate a Oatmeal since i was a kid, but i been last year in America and had this fantastic Breakfast every Morning with different Tipe of Fruits it was very delicious.
I love good old oatmeal porridge!! It reminds me of home :) I never knew this is a classic British dish as well.
A wonderful comforting breakfast dish for sure. I like the yogurt and honey topping–so simple and good! ;-)
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This makes a lovely breakfast! My mom always make a bowl of oatmeals when we are down with flu or fever. Lovely classic choice!
Sorry to say that I’m not a porridge lover (hangover from my childhood), but I know that plenty of people can’t start the day without it, especially on a cold winter morning, and this was a great choice for our theme this week.
being from the Caribbean, I’m a porridge fanatic although I prefer with a bit of sugar or fruit
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