Monday, January 10, 2011

lemon-oats-breakfast-indian

This is perfect for the lazy,lemon lover, me Loser..Could be made in jiffy and enjoy it hot! Perfect for bachelor cooking too! We all know the benefits of oats, I have been eating oats for quite few years,though not consistent,but when ever the weight management thought comes in me. Well,that comes every month,Oh go onbut I like oats,I can eat everyday for a meal(break fast/lunch /dinner) for a 4 or 5 days ,but after that I get bored of it. Then forget for a while,then again… goes on and on …Not talking I can say this is perfect for making in a hurry and taste also suits the Indian taste buds. Tangy, spicy!



Lemon oats recipe

Recipe Cuisine: Indian  |  Recipe Category: Breakfast
Prep Time: 2 mins    |  Cook time: 10 mins    Serves: 2

Ingredients


Quick cook Oats  1 cup 
Lemon  1 no. 
Turmeric powder  1/8  tsp
Salt  As needed 
Water  1 & 1/4 cup 

TO TEMPER

Sesame oil 1-2 tblsp
Mustard 3/4 tsp
Urad dal 1 tsp
Channa dal 1 tsp
Ground nut (optional) few
Curry leaves 1 sprig
Asafetida 1/8tsp
Red chilli or green chilli 2-3 nos.

Method

  1. Heat a pan with oil and temper the items as in order. Fry till the mustard splutter in medium flame.Add the water,turmeric powder and squeeze the lemon,mix the salt. Bring to boil.
  2. oats1
  3. Add the oats and mix well.Cook covered for 3 minutes in medium low flame.
  4. oats2
Notes
  • You can increase the water amount and make the consistency of your preference,I like mine to be like this,so used less water.
  • Also change the water quantity if its not quick cook oats..
  • Make it only when you are going to eat,if it gets cooled down,it wont taste that good, you cannot blame me for the taste

Serve hot,you can top with sesame oil if you want…

Lemon-oats-indian-oats-recipes

        I use sesame oil for vatral kuzhambu,puliyogare,lemon rice and these kind of tangy dishes. Oats normally have a dry texture,I prefer to eat only in form of poridge or just make it greasy with sesame oil like this. Sesame oil has so much of health benefits,it has tendency to increase the good cholesterol,so which will help to keep the cholesterol in control. It is also rich in anti-oxidants. So don’t be afraid to use this in cooking. You can use generously…

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78 comments:

  1. very interesting variation Raks! I love sesame oil too, mostly in dishes like these :)

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  2. New recipe in Oats..looks colorful and yummy! Interesting details about the oil. I am using "Idhayam" nallennai for all the dishes.

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  3. Oats in any form, I am in...this is an interesting variation, would luv to try it sometime

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  4. Wow this looks so yum,..

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  5. Nice to see new innovation from ur side Raks.Tasty!!!!!!!!

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  6. looks delicious... perfect for breakfast or lunch.

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  7. a perfect tasty healthy breakfast : ) nice way to use oats

    Satya
    http://www.superyummyrecipes.com

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  8. Healthy too....must be very good! yumm!

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  9. Tangy, Tasty Oats!!!! Bookmarking it!!!!!

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  10. Raji,

    Lemon oats looks delicious. Nice recipe. One suggestion next try to add lemon juice after switching off the flame, otherwise vitamin c will be losed during heating.

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  11. Lemon oats looks so perfect. This one is surely bookmarked.

    Gayu
    http://ensamayalarangam.blogspot.com

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  12. Hey,

    Beautiful dish with oats...Iam a great fan of oats...:)

    Dr.Sameena@

    http://www.myeasytocookrecipes.blogspot.com/

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  13. That is a very healthy dish...nice new look 2 oats...:)
    I even use sesame oil for chinese dishes like fried rice,noodles n all as it gives a nutty flavor to it..:)

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  14. sounds interesting and looks healthy dear....
    thx. for sharing :)

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  15. a new variation in having oats Raji.well tried and healthy too

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  16. Thats an interesting preparation with oats.. I too use nallennai for all these kind of cooking and for my dosas & adais too.

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  17. Good variation to oats especially to suit south indian taste :)

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  18. Sounds interesting and yum

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  19. A good variation for the boring oats porridge

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  20. looks very tempting Raji

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  21. Very healthy and yummy version..

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  22. Wow!!! This is a very good recipe. Bookmarked!

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  23. Lemon version sounds good. Nice pics :)

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  24. Interesting lemon oats...looks awesome..

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  25. healthy and tasty. looks absolutely lemon-y.

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  26. That's such a healthy dish.. lovely color too :) thanks for stopping at my blog.

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  27. lemon rice with oats ... that is yummy

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  28. Very unique recipe raji,luks yummy.

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  29. I dont like oats at all but made like this i might like it. Looks tasty.

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  30. Absolutely tempting Raks.. I love everything in oats and tried almost eveything in upma way an porridge way.. The pictures are amazing as always.

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  31. Sounds interesting..healthy and delicious lemon oats

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  32. Lemon oats is a healthier version of lemon rice.. i never thought of using sesame oil other than kuzhambu.. nice photo

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  33. aaha this is interesting.. :) I have loads of saffola oats at home now.. so this recipe is sure gonna go for a try soon ;)

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  34. A Very nice and delicious preparation of oats. Loved the color of it.

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  36. Now I know the secret...I like to have oats as porridge but never like when it gets mushy in a Upma, my husband loves it though.

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  37. Awesome way to eat oats..looks so very delicious!

    US Masala

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  38. I am game for this oats recipe. perfect for diets as you said!

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  39. I've not tried this lemon version but I also have grown to like oats over the years.

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  40. Lemon oats looks healthy and delicious,I add lemon juice in the end though.

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  41. Interesting recipe. I must send this to my mom in law, who is always in search for new oats recipes :-)

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  42. I am a lemony person too- this one sounds too good to try it :)

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  43. Delicious....lemonyy and yummy!!

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  44. nice way to use oats, lovely

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  45. Such a great way to have oats...Love the picture and the recipe..

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  46. interesting recipe....looks yummy

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  47. Bookmarking... delicious looking ..

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  48. மிகவும் அருமையான சத்தான உணவு...அருமை ராஜி...

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  49. thats an excellent way of cooking oats and a best variation from the usual poridge we make out of oats.

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  50. humm Oats with lemon flavour interesting Raji have to try this way oats...love that color.

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  51. Great innovative recipe Raks! i too love and get bored with oats and now iam in love mood;)

    and en carrot halwa kku oru punch dialogue kodutheengalae, Super!!

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  52. thats really heavenly dear...

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  53. I love sesame oil in tangy dishes too :-)Your oats recipe sounds interesting with its lemony flavour.

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  54. this is pretty interesting dish raks..i loved it...would be taste like lemon rice i guess...looks perfect...i tried one of ur recipe and have posted on my blog..if possible have a look dear :)

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  55. Something very new and interesting!! Lovely clicks!! :)

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  56. A good variation...healthy one for sure.

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  57. This looks lovely, a must try recipe.

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  58. healthy n innovative..
    have tried your paal kozhukattai recipe...came out awesome..Thanks for sharing Raji..:)

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  59. @ Rakss - //Perfect for bachelor cooking too// this point for thakkudu & //weight management// for jeyashri akkavaa?..:))

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  60. Wow, what a lovely and healthy recipe, Raks! Would love to make it soon.

    Lite Bite

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  61. Lovely Recipe. My wife is expecting our second child soon and when I made this for her she was thrilled.

    Here's what I made out of this: http://picasaweb.google.com/lh/photo/0Jf5kpj_4OfDvPmJ1Gn2dw?feat=directlink

    Thanks for the lovely recipes, keep them coming.

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  62. Thats very nice of u,sure I will post such simple recipes in real soon future :)

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  63. Thanks a lot Rajeshwari! Brilliant recipes. Such beautiful website and step by step illustration of cooking! I fell in love with your recipes. Keep up the good work!!

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  64. Really i started to like oats from this recipe Raks . This is Excellent !!!!

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  65. I really started Oats from this recipe .This is very excellent.Raks u really rocks

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  66. its really great to see so many varieties with oats... one of the best breakfast options. Sweety Kannan

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  67. Great to see so many varieties of oats for breakfast. Thank you

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  68. Did it y'day and my hubby just loved it..:) he wanted me to give this recipe to my MIL ;) So happy :P

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  69. Super awesome recipe!
    Taste + Health = Complete package !

    Thanks gal !

    Bhawna :) :)

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  70. Second time we made it today - very nice. I add some more veggies like carrots and peas to up the health factor!

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  71. today i tried this recipe..very tastey!!!i liked it very much..thanks for sharing such a healthy recipe:)n i add some left over channa stir fry..

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  72. Thank you for tasty receipe. Healthy and tasty !!

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  73. Thank you for sharing a very nice recipe. Healthy and Tasty !!

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  74. I cooked it today, made it runny, it was so GOOD!! More oat recipes please :)

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  75. Tried it this morning. It was so GOOD! More recipes please.

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  76. Hey, just trued ur recipe
    Though nt a fan of oats, wanna try this one, i like lemon oriented dishes

    Its a really easy dish, and for the first time i could make anything in 10 mins
    And yeah, it tastes yummy

    Thanks......

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