This is the third in my series of End of Season Galley Clean-Up Recipes.
I brought onboard a lot of dried fruits and nuts…great energy boosters and snacks while underway.
Oats prepared in the pressure cooker in just 6 minutes – at huge time and fuel saver.
Packaged things are very useful too
even though I prefer fresh less processed things.
I thought the dried coconut milk was a great idea but I never used it.
So to test just how useful it is,
here is my recipe for pressure cooked oatmeal using reconstituted coconut milk
You can substitute with water if you wish.
The ratio of 1:2 (oats to liquid remains the same)
PRESSURE COOKER STEEL CUT OATMEAL
1 cup steel cut oats
2 cups coconut milk
toppings of choice
(mine today are dried blueberries, cherries, raisins, coconut, pumpkin seeds, nutritional yeast)
Add oats and liquid to cook pot and set pressure for 6 minutes.
When your cooker pressure has safely released,
scoop oatmeal into 2 bowls and top as you wish.
Add some agave syrup or maple syrup for a touch of sweetness
and a dollop of plain yogurt.
…this is what my mother would have called a stick-to-your-ribs breakfast.