Wow - this oatmeal is really delicious! A little more trouble than I usually go to for my morning oatmeal but worth it for a special treat once in a while. The flavor of the tea really comes through and is a great match for the nutty toasted oatmeal. The lemon and honey flavors were subtle; you suggested topping with fruit so I used blueberries and it was perfect with this. Thanks for sharing the recipe! Made for ZWT8, Chefs gone WILD!
Really good oatmeal. Halved recipe. Very tasty, thanks for posting! Made for The Honeys for ZWT8
I love steel cut oats, but only have them as an occasional treat because of the time involved. This one will be my go-to recipe when I do treat myself. Loved all of the flavors in this and toasting the oats in butter really added a lot of flavor. The tea flavor was perfect. Made for ZWT8.
Unique oatmeal, nice for a change of pace! The Earl Grey tea taste comes through clearly, and the lemon and honey is subtle. This was quite a bit more production than my usual rolled oats, and once the oatmeal joined the milk, it still required another 25 minutes to thicken. I thought, the steel cuts oats must be better for me, but the nutritional label comparison with my Old Fashioned Oats did not bear that out. I did enjoy the nutty crunch of the steel cut oats. I am unaccustomed to using so much milk in my oatmeal, although I remember that as a child we always made our oatmeal with milk; I guess I had conditioned myself to water instead of milk for diet reasons. I topped my oatmeal with raisins. DH asked for seconds, too, so this had to be very good; thank you for sharing. Made for The Wild Bunch of ZWT8 for its visit to Britain.
love this toasted oatmeal dry not with butter. made for one . honey is needed for me love this zaar world tour 8