Oatmeal otherwise requires a bit of work, but the taste of butter, fried bananas, and roasted nuts make up for all the job done. Besides, they give us a lot of energy that we need in the morning.
How to choose the best ingredients for Butter porridge with bananas and roasted nuts
Rolled oat or porridge oat: It is up to you whether you choose rolled oat or porridge oat. Rolled oat require more prolonged cooking, but in my opinion, they are more valuable because I have processed them.
Milk: If you can’t, you don’t like cow’s milk, you can safely choose your favorite substitute. I think this porridge will taste great with a coconut drink.
Banana: Bananas can be practically any, and even if you have a very ripe one, they will also be suitable for our butter porridge with bananas and roasted nuts.
Walnuts: Here, I offer walnuts, but they will also fit if you have pecan or your other favorite. It would be best if you enjoyed your breakfast.
Butter: Butter only unsalted and without any additives. It can be clarified butter if, for example, you are allergic to or coconut oil if you don’t eat butter.
Maple syrup: Maple syrup has a specific taste, and in my opinion, it fits best with this combination in this breakfast, but if you don’t have it, you can add honey.
Tips and tricks
- You can soak rolled oats the day before, and then they will cook faster.
- It is good to stir our porridge all the time while cooking so that it does not burn.
- If you have a larger pan, you can fry bananas and nuts in the same pan, just half of the pan, and the nuts and fry the bananas on the other. Just don’t mix them because the bananas will fall apart.
Butter porridge with bananas and roasted nuts
- 4 tbsp rolled oat
- 1 cup water
- 1/2 cup milk
- 1/2 banana
- 8 pieces walnuts
- 1 tbsp butter
- maple syrup for pouring
- Boil the petals with water until the water is almost completely drained. Then add the milk and simmer until the porridge is thick and the oatmeal is soft.
- In a frying pan, heat a little butter and add crushed or chopped nuts and clothes to a slightly brown color.
- Cut the bananas into slices 1-1.5 cm diagonally to make them longer and place them in a pan on the hot butter. Fry the bananas on both sides, but do so gently as you lay them on the other side. This is because the fry is so overcooked and lightly browned.
- Transfer the oatmeal to bowls, sprinkle with roasted nuts, and put the fried bananas on top. Finally, pour it all over the maple syrup.Enjoy your meal!