Looking out for simple and quick summer recipes??? Then add this Savoury Oats Porridge to your meal menu today. The good thing about this porridge is you can eat it at any time of the day. You can serve this in breakfast or as a snack or you can choose to have this as a light meal in lunch or dinner. I love adding roasted peanuts to my oats porridge. You can skip it, or you can add roasted cashews or almonds. I sometimes lightly toss the oats before adding them to the porridge. Doing so brings out best earthy taste of oats and the porridge will taste delicious….Hope you enjoy making and relishing this goodness loaded nutritious savoury oats porridge….
Savoury Oats Porridge
- ½ cup Oats
- 1 Onion, finely sliced
- 1 Green chili, chopped
- 6 Curry Leaves, washed
- 2 tbsp. roasted Peanuts
- ½ tbsp. Oil
- 2 cups Water
- Salt, as per taste
- In a heavy bottom cooking vessel, add oil and fry sliced onions along with green chilies until onions turn light brown.
- To this add water and when water comes to rolling boil, add salt and oats by stirring continuously.
- Lower the flame and cook for 4-5 minutes by stirring in between. Now add fresh curry leaves and when the desired porridge consistency reaches, add roasted peanuts and turn off the flame.
- Serve hot. You can even serve this along with potato or any other stir fry.
- Add love to make this savoury oats porridge taste ‘Yummy’.
NOTE: This savoury oats porridge is for immediate consumption.
I make this savoury, filling and easy oats porridge very often during Ramadan too. As we are being tiny family and only being two people who fasts during Ramadan, my Ramadan Menu Plan is very simple. We take moderate meal during Seher with chapatis and curry, iftar time is always loaded with dates and fruits and dinner is always simple light meal. As Ramadan is around the corner, I thought of sharing with you my Ramadan Meal Plan.
If you are here looking for Ramadan Menu Plans, then I moved them to a different page to be all together and for easy viewing. You can check by clicking on Ramadan Weekly Meal Plan.
Hope you find this menu plan easy to follow and do let me know, if you have got any queries. You can find all the recipes mentioned in the menu in my blog Recipe Index. InshaAllah more Menu Plans to follow in the coming posts.
Very easy to make recipe indeed. I usually make this for breakfast and my hubby loves it. Would be great for Ramadan
Oh wow I haven’t heard of a savoury oat porridge. I usually have the sweet ones. Will have to try this and see if I like it better (I’ve a savoury tooth rather than a sweet tooth.)
Love anything made out of oats. I have tried store bought masala oats but haven’t made it at home. This recipe is simply and quick to make will surely give it a try. And will be checking out your Ramadan meal plan, thanks for sharing
Fozia S says
Oh never thought to add green chilli etc to porridge. Might have to give it a go and see how it tastes!
Zainab Dokrat says
So yummy! Perfect for suhoor! I’m not much of a oats/porridge person, but will be trying this out for my granny and mum. (www.spicyfusionkitchen.com)
Quick,easy and yummy recipe..
I don’t like oats that much but this recipe is worth trying..