This power packed bowl of savoury oats with the goodness of mixed vegetables is the perfect way to kick-start your mornings!
Add the rest of the seasoning - the chopped coriander and the spice powders and fry for half a minute on a low heat. Now add the roasted oats and mix everything well
Old-fashioned oats are also called as whole or rolled oats. These are essentially oat groats that have been dehusked and steamed before being rolled into flat flakes. Whole oats are different from the very popular and commonly available quick cooking oats made famous by Quaker Oats. Whole oats will take slightly longer to cook than the quick cooking variety but are considered to be more healthy than the latter. The ratio of 0.25: 1 (for every 1/4 cup of oats we need 1 cup of water) yields in oats that have been cooked just right. If you like it mushy, increase the water to another 1/8th to 1/4 cup of water (a total of 1-1/4 cups for every 1/4 cup of rolled oats)