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add raw egg to un cooked oatmeal, then toast it before adding water, yum

Well, to be sure this recipe does cut down on the yield of how many serving you get by cooking oats the traditional way. I've never tried adding more liquid and letting the oats cook longer.
The oats in this recipe have an al-dente texture. It's more a cooked grain cereal than porridge. If you try adding more liquid, let me know how it turns out :)

May 28, 2012
allmyflyboys in Home Cooking

add raw egg to un cooked oatmeal, then toast it before adding water, yum

The pan will be quite hot at the point which you add the water, everything sizles up and then settles down as the oats absorb the liquid. The viola! They're done.

May 28, 2012
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Adding egg to your oatmeal?

see this post about adding raw egg to the raw oats then toasting the oats, it cooks up great, not mush or gummy

http://chowhound.chow.com/topics/8133...

May 24, 2012
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Jalisco Mexican Restaurant North Conway

went to Jalisco with 4 other people. Food was good to quite good. I learned to cook Mexican from in laws. In central Mexico (not in a touristy area) the food was more like this than any other restaurant that I've found. Not that Tex-Mex and southwest styles aren't VERY tasty too, just that this is as authentic as I've found, except for the sour cream :) So if you expect artisan southwest/tex-mex style cuisine, try to be more open. Friendly efficient staff. Fabulous lunch prices. We'll be back.

add raw egg to un cooked oatmeal, then toast it before adding water, yum

no, it gets partially absorbed by the oats, then as it has adhered to the oats, it gets toasted.

May 23, 2012
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add raw egg to un cooked oatmeal, then toast it before adding water, yum

You know, the butter isn't crucial. I've used both a non-stick skillet and my wok (for a very large batch) with good success. The wok left a slight savory overtone, which didn't cause a single raised eyebrow by the happy diners.

This can be prepared as a savory side dish by omitting any sweets, and adding onion...broth...what ever works.

Oct 25, 2011
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add raw egg to un cooked oatmeal, then toast it before adding water, yum

I saw the recipe in an old cookbook, and wanted to add nutrition to the morning oatmeal. It really is scrumptious...enjoy!

Oct 25, 2011
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add raw egg to un cooked oatmeal, then toast it before adding water, yum

I have been making this for my family for years, they love it. This is a very hearty dish. It has a nice bite, and the oats stay separated, not mushy of gummy.

We add cinnamon and either brown sugar or maple syrup. Usually any combination of raisins, nuts, chopped or dried fruit works really well....just play with it. Easily doubles or triples, but the liquid may need to be cut back just a wee bit.

1 1/2 cup Quaker Oats (I use Old Fashioned, uncooked)
1 egg beaten
3T butter for pan
3/4 cup water
1/4 tsp salt

Mix the oats and egg in a bowl, toss until oats are thoroughly coated.
Melt butter in a 10-inch skillet over medium high to high heat, pour in oats, cook, stirring constantly, 3 to 5 minutes or until oats are dry, separated and toasted. Add water and salt; continue cooking, stirring occasionally, 2 to 3 minutes or until liquid evaporates.

Oct 21, 2011
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