When preparing steel cut oatmeal, toast it first
in a dry pan over medium heat, stirring occasionally, for a few minutes or
until the oats brown slightly and give off a toasty aroma. This step will bring
nutty, deep flavor to the finished dish.
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Yum! I love steel cut oatmeal. I once made oatmeal raisin cookies with steel cut oats by first toasting the oats on a baking sheet for about 20 minutes. Fresh from the oven the oats were actually delicious and somewhat soft. The cookies, however, had a very unique texture…
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