porage, how do you eat yours?
I assume porage is something southerners eat. I add dried fruit to my porridge. I must admit, at first I was dubious about it’s rampant claims that it could replace an egg, bacon and sausage butty, but it’s actually not bad.
I feel a bit faint at about 2pm so stock myself up with a chocolate covered pork chop but apart from that porridge seems to do the job.Posted 3 years agobonchanceMember
Summer porage sounds better than Bircher to me?
2 cups rolled oats – jumbo is good
(just a few) whatever seed (or nut) you like. poppy is good
2 or 3 green apples grated – all of it
pinch of salt
spoon of honey
1 cup of water (with some apple juice in if you like)
Lemon zest if you have it
Mix it up, tamp it down – splash a bit of lemon juice cover an put in the fridge over night. Apple doesn’t really brown if it’s mixed quick though.. Lasts a few days or serves a few..
Why not eat it with splash milk (almond or oat milk is good!), glob of greek yoghurt, more nuts&seeds (toasted mmm) and a bit of chopped fruit of your choice..
Or just eat the overnight oats 🙂Posted 3 years ago
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