Porridge

Recipe of the Month – Savoury Porridge

Savoury Porridge Only Natural

A delicious alternative to traditional porridge and a great autumnal breakfast, this is a great base recipe that can be jazzed up with herbs, spices and vegetables. Why not try with diced peppers, ground turmeric or with a soft poached egg on top!

Ingredients (serves 1)

½ Onion, diced
Olive Oil
½ Cup Organic Vegetable Stock
½ Cup Oats
Sea Salt & Pepper

Method

– Drizzle a small saucepan with olive oil and place over a medium heat
– Add the onions and cook down until soft
– Crumble in the stock cube and mix through
– Add the oats, along with 1 cup of water
– Stir through and then allow to gently cook until it is thick and creamy
– Season to taste and garnish with spring onions or parsley

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Recipe of the Month – Glorious Breads!

Porridge Bread 1
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We had such a great day in Murphy’s Barn cooking and eating with Oliver McCabe in May that I’m taking this opportunity to let you know in advance of our next food event. This autumn (on Saturday the 5th of November) we’ve invited Joe Fitzmaurice from Riot Rye Bakehouse and Bread School in Cloughjordan to give a Sourdough Bread Baking day in Wexford. Joe is passionate about spreading the word about how changing over to ‘real bread’ is such a crucial tool for health. To quote Joe “We believe that for too many years Ireland has been unnecessarily dependent upon the industrial baking and chemical industries for its bread. Many people do not have access to bread made without bicarbonate of soda, flour improvers, preservatives or other unnecessary additives. The knowledge of how to naturally turn grain into bread has been lost.”
Riot Rye’s own courses are completely booked out for this year so, as numbers will be limited for this, we suggest you let us know as soon as possible if you are interested. Click on the link above for more details.
To get you in the mood here are a few (slightly less involved) bread recipes that we’d like to share.

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