Rude Health morning glory porridge
Great taste gold 2011. 5 Whole grains. High fibre. Wheat-free. No added salt or sugar - contains natural sugars from oats. Non-GM. Vegetarian Society approved. Kosher - KLBD. Once a perfect porridge met a blend of barley, rye and quinoa. They seemed made for each other, then they hooked up with some linseeds, sunflower and pumpkin seeds, and the whole thing became complex and delicious. The plot thickened and so did the porridge to a sublime creaminess with a hint of crunch for a perfect happy ending. The quinoa question. Quinoa is called a false grain, because it's not actually from a grassy plant. But we prefer to think of it as an ultra-grain as it's so brilliant. And buckwheat is another false grain - it's actually closer to rhubarb than wheat. They're both packed with taste. They're also one of the best sources of breakfast protein this side of a full fry-up. And unlike a full fry-up they're a great source of soluble fibre, so your insides will thank you all day. Hello! At Rude Health, we choose the best of the best ingredients and put them together in ways that make their natural flavours sing. No need to fortify or falsify. No need to mess with the planet. With great food inside us, we feel we can do just about anything. Eat right, stay brilliant. If you fancy going monogamous with a grain for a change, why not settle down with a pack of our Spelt Flakes? Food for thought. What we leave out is just as important as what we put in. If you'd like to hear us rant about the ins and outs of food, farming and other words starting with F, drop into rudehealth.com/rants. We also love to use it to make flapjacks - find out how at rudehealth.com/recipes. Find us on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Instagram /rudehealth
Porridge Oats, Jumbo Oats, Oatmeal, Barley Flakes, Rye Flakes, Golden Linseeds, Linseeds, Pumpkin Seeds, Sunflower Seeds, Poppy Seeds, Buckwheat Flakes, Quinoa Flakes
Preparation & Storage
- How we like it. We soak this porridge overnight in milk or water before cooking, just to soften everything and make it creamier. Cooking Instructions. (Serves 1). 1 cup porridge (50g). 2 1/2 cups milk of half milk and half water (250ml) . Pinch of sea salt if you like. In a Pan: bring to a boil and simmer for 3-4 minutes, stirring occasionally. Microwave: Pour ingredients into a bowl and cook on full power for 2 minutes then stir. Cook for a further minute, then stir. Leave to cool and thicken for 2 minutes.
Store in a dry place.