If you’re bored of sweet oats or just fancy a savoury breakfast, then this dish is a great one to try. Inspired by Japanese cuisine, it uses miso paste and leek leaves to help add a rich flavour. This dish will keep you warm and full for hours!
- 1 tsp margarine
- ½ clove garlic
- 1 tbsp diced leek leaves (the dark green part!)
- 240ml oat milk – (if you don’t have scales, 240ml oat milk is 3 cm short of one full mug)
- 2 tbsps miso paste
- 100g oats – (if you don’t have scales, 100g oats is 3 cm short of one full mug) – use gluten-free oats if necessary
Allergens: soy, gluten (if not using gluten-free oats)
- Melt margarine in a pan, add garlic and fry gently until softened
- Add the diced leek leaves to the pan and gently fry for 1-2 minutes
- In a bowl or jug, mix the miso paste with the oat milk until combined. Add to the pan with the garlic and leeks and stir through til heated
- Add the oats to the pan, and stir through until they are covered by the oat milk. Continue stirring until they thicken for approximately 2–3 minutes
- Serve and enjoy!
Recipe credit: Sustainable Kitchen