#navbar-iframe { display: none; }

« Home | Sydney Fish Market, Pyrmont » | Soup Plus, Sydney » | Longrain, Surry Hills » | The Porterhouse, Surry Hills » | Rise, Darlinghurst » | EoMEoTE #6: Warm and sunny » | Bar Fly: Pier 26, Darling Harbour » | IMBB#14: Orange You Hungry » | IMBB#14: Tarka dhal » | IMBB#14: Moroccan carrot dip »

Sunday, May 08, 2005

Apple cinnamon porridge with toasted hazelnuts



Soak oats overnight.
Cook on stove/in microwave according to water/milk/sugar/consistency preference.

Meanwhile, peel and roughly dice a Granny Smith apple.
Microwave on high until soft (about 2-4 min). Brown sugar optional.
(Traditionalists can use the stove)
Dust cooked apple lightly with cinnamon.

Ladle porridge into a bowl.
Serve topped with stewed apple and freshly toasted hazelnuts.
Drizzle with golden syrup or douse with brown sugar if preferred.

Voila!--cosy cooked breakfast with no fancy ingredients. And no pots to wash up either if you use the microwave!

5 comments - Add some comment love

Bookmark and Share
posted by Helen (AugustusGloop) on 5/08/2005 07:20:00 pm


5 Comments:

  • At 5/08/2005 7:38 pm, Blogger Reid said…

    Hi AG,

    Don't you find that the simple things are the tastiest? This looks so yummy.

     
  • At 5/08/2005 11:05 pm, Blogger SiaoChaBoa said…

    Yummy..!!

     
  • At 5/10/2005 6:14 pm, Blogger Helen (AugustusGloop) said…

    Hi Reid - Absolutely. That's what I love about Japanese food!

    Hi MrsT - It was! And good for you too.

     
  • At 6/23/2005 6:47 am, Anonymous sarah said…

    hey AG! just cruising through all the entries for dmblgit? and i love this picture - it's so pretty! i actually though, on first glance, that those were flower petals! lol!

     
  • At 6/23/2005 3:04 pm, Blogger Helen (AugustusGloop) said…

    Hi Sarah - Aww thanks. And lol, no, I don't tend to put petals in my porridge!

    I love your pic of the avocado. It looks perfectly ripe and I can almost taste it. I notice too you seem to have cut it perfectly in half too!

     

Post a Comment

<< Home


      << Read Older Posts       |       >> Read Newer Posts