This is from a wonderful book, The Ultimate Rice Cooker Cookbook, by Hensperger and Kaufmann. It makes a wonderful, creamy oatmeal with no watching or muss or fuss. Definitely use steel-cut oats, which have a wonderful texture, so superior to the regular stuff. I usually use dried cranberries, raisins or currants, instead of the dates.
Baked oatmeal is so yummy and if you haven't tried it, you're missing out! This recipe is special in several respects- for one, it contains not only rolled oats, but also oat bran and steel-cut oats. It's also not too high in fat and you mix in some fruit of your choosing, for an extra tasty treat. Delicious and healthy, this is the kind of special breakfast you can feel good about serving your family in the morning. Enjoy! (From BH&G)
I found this on Alton Brown's Good Eats and it is delicious. Adding the step of toasting with butter really adds to the flavor. Plus, adding the (already) boiling water to the toasted grains and letting it cook without constant attention (like a pilaf!) makes preparation soooo easy. And the buttermilk adds richness to the mix. My family loves the hearty flavor and texture of Scottish (steel-cut) oats, and this is the best recipe I've ever found.
My friend got this recipe from a tourist leaflet but I've changed it to use quick(breadmaker) yeast so I can have oatcakes quickly! Staffordshire oatcakes are nothing like Scottish oatcakes. These are large, soft and holey.. like a combination crumpet and crepe. Fill as you would crepes, usually the fillings are bacon and cheddar, cheddar and onion, or even cheddar and baked beans (British ones are a lot less sweet than "Boston" ones). I usually have one or two for lunch, they're extremely filling and cheap to make. Usually only found around Stoke-on-Trent and not all over Staffordshire.
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