Now, we've tested the pressure cooking time for both quick-cooking and conventional steel-cut oats to ensure you'll have the perfect bowl of oatmeal this fall.
pressure cooker oat and groats recipes
Pressure cooker recipes that use steel-cut oats, rolled oats, or oat groats as the main ingredient.
Pressure Cook the PERFECT bowl of oatmeal
Pressure cooking oatmeal is convenient and hands-off. The pressure will squeeze the creaminess right out of the cereal making a cozy and nutritious breakfast. Here's my technique for the...
Maple Steel-cut Oats – Pressure Cooker Oatmeal
According to Prevention Magazine, steel-cut oats have a slightly lower glycemic index and fewer calories than rolled oats1. There is some debate about the significance of this...
Strawberries & “Cream” Rolled Oats – Pressure Cooker Oatmeal
We fake this instant oatmeal classic by using milk and the oat's own starch as the cream. Whenever I could talk my mother into bringing home an Instant Oatmeal Variety Pack - the...
Pressure Cooking Oat Groats
Here is how you should cook your Oat Groats: Pressure cook directly in the pot with a 1:1 ratio of oat groats and water (1 cup water, 1 cup oat groats) and a drop of olive oil (no salt as it...