Roasted Plum And Fennel Porridge

Recipe c/o Edd Kimber Recipes for Quaker

Roasted Plum and Fennel Porridge, anyone? Hello friends, so how are you today?

Are you looking for a tasty breakfast idea? Porridge is a perfect breakfast to start the day for those chilly mornings in Autumn/Winter.

Imagine a cosy morning where the fragrant aroma of roasted plums and fennel wafts through your kitchen, enveloping the space in warmth.

Roasted Plum and Fennel Porridge

How To Make Roasted Plum And Fennel Porridge:

Roasted Plum And Fennel Porridge:

Table Of Contents:

  • Firstly, Roasted Plum And Fennel Porridge Ingredients.
  • Secondly, Roasted Plum And Fennel Porridge Method.
  • Thirdly, Other Recipe Ideas.

Creating this delightful Roasted Plum and Fennel Porridge is a comforting breakfast idea, for chilli mornings. As the kitchen fills with the sweet symphony of these autumnal flavours, cook until they reach a creamy perfection.

The roasted plums and fennel are then delicately folded into the velvety porridge, creating a harmonious blend of sweetness. This nourishing bowl is a celebration of seasonal ingredients, offering a cosy embrace on chilly mornings.

Roasted Plum And Fennel Porridge:

Sprinkle some chopped pistachios for crunch, and savour each spoonful as you embark on a comforting journey that awakens the senses and sets a tone of tranquility for the day ahead.

Roasted Plum and Fennel Porridge. (This recipe contains nuts).

Ingredients:

  • 40g Quaker Oats
  • 300ml semi-skimmed milk

Roasted Plums (serve 8):

  • 4 red plums, cut into eighths
  • 35g tbsp light brown sugar
  • 15g unsalted butter, cut into small cubes
  • 1 tsp fennel seeds
  • 1 tsp roughly chopped pistachios

How To Make:

  1. Firstly, preheat an oven to 180C.
  2. To roast the plums place the sliced plums into a small roasting dish and sprinkle over the sugar and the butter.
  3. In a mortar and pestle lightly grind the fennel seeds. They don’t have to be a powder, just broken open to release the flavor.
  4. Sprinkle the seeds over the plums.
  5. Place the roasting dish into the oven and cook for 20-25 minutes, turning the fruit occasionally until soft and tender but still holding their shape.
  6. Put the Quaker Gluten Free oats into a saucepan, pour in the semi-skimmed milk.
  7. Bring it to the boil and simmer for 3-4 minutes, by stirring it continuously.
  8. Once the porridge is ready pour a portion into a bowl and top with 4 slices of plum and a little of the syrup from the pan.
  9. Sprinkle over the pistachios and serve.
Roasted Plum and Fennel Porridge

Roasted Plum and Fennel Porridge:

Roasted Plum And Fennel Porridge. Recipe c/o Edd Kimber Recipes for Quaker. So what do you think of this Roasted Plum And Fennel Porridge recipe? Do you also fancy making some up one chilly morning?

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Cinnamon Spiced Morning Porridge Bowl:

Firstly, Cinnamon Spiced Morning Porridge Bowl. Get Off To A Positive Start To The Day. Greetings, friends.

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Would you like to add some jazz to it for porridge season? Consider giving this Breakfast Porridge Bowl with Cinnamon Spice a try. Delicious. I adore putting cinnamon on my oats in the morning. Anything that has cinnamon in it is my favourite! Cinnamon Spiced Morning Porridge Bowl. So tasty.

Secondly, Podium Power Porridge. If there were such a thing as the ‘fruit Olympics’ then blueberries would definitely be in podium contention for their powerful antioxidants, fibre and vitamin C. Porridge is also a great way to start any day.

Most commercial breakfast cereals are too high in sugars, so take a couple of minutes while the kettle is boiling to make Podium Power Porridge and get your day off to a fantastic start.

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Maple Pear Porridge

Maple Pear Porridge:

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2 Comments

  1. Margarett Murphy
    26 November 2016 / 14:46

    Need to give this recipe a try. I like porridge for breakfast but plain gets a little boring.

  2. Heather{Our Life In a Click}
    21 November 2016 / 16:03

    This sounds so interesting! I love fennel but never thought to pair with plums or porridge!