• National Oatmeal Month 3

    From Dave Drum@1:3634/12 to All on Sat Jan 13 05:12:00 2024
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    Title: Scotch Oatmeal Waffles
    Categories: Breads, Dairy
    Yield: 4 Servings

    1 1/2 c Elam's Scotch-style oatmeal
    1/4 c Brown sugar; packed
    2 1/2 ts Baking powder
    3/4 ts Salt
    1 c Milk
    2 lg Eggs; beaten
    1/3 c Oil

    Combine the oatmeal, brown sugar, baking powder and salt
    in a large bowl.

    In a another bowl, whisk together the milk, eggs and oil.

    Add liquids to dry ingredients. Mix until just combined
    and moistened.

    For each waffle, pour 1/2 of batter (about 1 and 1/3 cups)
    into preheated 9" square waffle iron.

    Spread over grid at once. Close iron; bake until done and
    nicely browned.

    Serve hot with butter and maple syrup, honey, applesauce
    or preserves.


    This recipe leaves me with a couple questions. What is
    Elam's Scotch-style oatmeal? Should it be prepared oatmeal
    or raw oats? The recipe is spread all over the internet
    with no answers to thees questions? I appeal to the
    original recipe submitter to shed some light on these
    issues? Or if anyone has tried this recipe or a similar
    one, please comment and help us turn this dud of a
    recipe into a star.

    Based on my experience with similar recipes, I'd recommend
    using 1 and 1/2 cups cooked oatmeal (3/4 cup quick cooking
    oats prepared with 1 and 1/3 cup water and a pinch of

    This recipe uses oatmeal as base and brown sugar as a

    Mr Breakfast would like to thank baseball27 for this

    From Bob's Red Mill: Scottish oats are ground on stone
    mills from whole oat groats. This results in a fairly
    fine oat yet still more coarsely ground than flour. As
    a result, Scottish oatmeal takes on a more porridge-like
    texture than you'd typically expect from oats when
    cooked. It is creamy, thick and cooks almost instantly
    when combined with boiling water. Scottish oats are
    excellent for baking and are used in countless recipes.
    -- UDD

    From: http://www.mrbreakfast.com

    Uncle Dirty Dave's Kitchen


    ... The Recipe says a pinch of spice. I thought it said a 'pound'.
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