Scrambled Oats / Oats Bhurji
Oats is a common cereal, which has become part of almost all breakfast menus. Moreover, this is a favorite for all those who are watching their calories – low calorie diets, Diabetic meal plans etc. The usual recipe for oats is porridge and being an easy preparation, it naturally becomes part of the the breakfast menu.
Similarly egg is another major part of the breakfast table. Lots of egg recipes are around – try it in different shape, sizes, colors etc..
So lets try this scrambled oats, bringing the best of both worlds. This 5 minute breakfast recipe is an healthy option and very easy to prepare.
Ingredients of Scrambled Oats
- Oats – 3 tbsp
- Egg – 2 nos
- Onion – 1 no (finely chopped)
- Tomato – 1 no (finely chopped)
- Ginger – 1 tsp (finely chopped)
- Green chilli – 1 no (finely chopped)
- Pepper powder -1.2 tsp
- Oil – 1 to 2 tbsp
- Mustard seeds – 1/2 tsp
- Coriander and curry leaves – few (finely chopped)
- Water – 1 tbsp
Add the oil into a pan and when its hot, add mustard seeds. When they start popping, add chopped onion, ginger and green chilli. Saute the mix until they are translucent. Then add chopped tomato and oats. (Along with this you can mixed vegetables of your choice.) Mix them well and sprinkle a tablespoon of water. Then cover the pan and cook for couple of minutes or till the oats are done well. Sprinkle more water, only if needed.
When the oats are cooked well, add the egg directly into the pan. You can have a mix of egg whites or whole eggs, as per your choice. Then add salt, pepper powder, chopped coriander and curry leaves.Scramble them well and serve hot. Instead of egg, even paneer can be added for preparing this scrambled oats !!!
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