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Joseph Scalia
(jscalia) - F

Locale: NorthEast
steel cut oatmeal on 08/20/2010 05:57:29 MDT Print View

Does anyone know a practical way of making steel cut oatmeal (irish oatmeal) using a minimal amount of fuel. Normally at home takes about 20-40 minutes to cook.

K ....
(Kat_P) - MLife

Locale: Pacific Coast
oats on 08/20/2010 05:59:22 MDT Print View

The longet you can soak it, the less time it will need to cook.

William Puckett
(Beep) - F

Locale: Land of 11, 842 lakes
Steel Cut Oatmeal on 08/20/2010 07:04:42 MDT Print View

Soak it overnight. Then all you have to do is heat it up and add your "extras" (raisins, maple syrup, etc.)!

Michael DiZazzo
(madizazzo) - MLife
Re Stel cut oatmeal on 08/23/2010 11:40:19 MDT Print View

I make it all the time at home by bringing water to a boil then adding the oatmeal and taking it off the heat. I don't heat the water after adding the oatmeal.

I do this before going to bed, and the oatmeal is done in the morning. I just warm it back up. I found the instructions for preparing it this way in an Irish cook book.

Prior to this I was soaking the oatmeal overnight in room temperature water, but still had to bring it to a boil and simmer it for a while to finish absorbing the water. I suspect it would taste uncooked too, but I never tasted it before cooking.