Eating whole grains made easy! Cooking steel-cut oats in an Instant Pot Pressure Cooker was a revelation for me! Gorgeously creamy and perfectly cooked in 10mins totally hands-off while I enjoyed drinking my coffee ~ breakfast cheers to that!!
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Steel Cut Oat Porridge cooked in an Instant Pot Pressure Cooker.
PLUG-IN your Instant Pot Pressure Cooker with the clean stainless inner pot in place.
RINSE steel-cut oats in a fine colander or sieve with running water.
ADD TO STAINLESS INNER POT all ingredients.
COVER + LOCK LID in place and set Pressure Cook time for 10mins. Check pressure release valve is closed.
INSTANT POT will come up to pressure; this will take a few minutes. The lid will lock, it will cook for 10mins and then beep when it is done.
QUICK release the pressure valve turning manually with care. Remove the lid once it unlocks and stir oats really well.
STORE any extra in the fridge covered. REHEAT on the stove in a saucepan or use the Instant Pot saute button, either way, your adding 1/4 cup water and stirring gently until hot.
GLUTEN-FREE: Oats are naturally gluten-free! Oats may be processed in a facility that also processes wheat, barley and rye so if you are allergic or very sensitive to gluten, then be sure to buy gluten-free oats.
LOW FODMAP limit to 1 cup serving size and see how you feel.
DOUBLE UP the recipe cooking extra and keep in the fridge covered so you will have a few days of whole-grain breakfasts ready to reheat.
FLAVOUR ADDITIONS; You can add vanilla, cake | pumpkin spice blends, cinnamon, dried fruits like raisins or dates, butter, coconut oil or ghee when cooking or when serving.