indebtinsussex wrote: »
ive seen it mentioned on here and whilst watching hugh last night talking about breakfast, I thought porridge in a drawer could be an ideal solution for dh, as he leaves for work at 6.30 each morning.
also is it really kept in a drawer?
adelight wrote: »
Yes it was in a drawer (lined with baking paper and kept clean!), but you could just keep it in a tupperwear box. Sandwich two slices together with jam yum! It's much easier to eat than hot porridge from a flask.
If he tries to cold porridge and doesn't like it, try porridge pancakes. This is enough for ~5 days of breakfasts: cover 200g oats with boiling water and soak until cool, add 2 eggs and enough milk to make a thick batter (1-2 tbsp flour will make it smoother) and fry like pancakes. You can add dried or fresh fruit, cinammon, sugar etc If you make them small and thick they're very easy to eat on the go, even dipped into coffee like a biscuit!
Could porridge in a drawer be the start of a new*revived* craze?
youluckypanda wrote: »
Am I missing something here..? How is it that you can slice the porridge?
marmiterulesok wrote: »
If you let porridge go cold,it will congeal/solidify and can be sliced.
Can you help this Forumite track some down?
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