I enjoyed this even more on day 2 when the oats softened up a bit more. My only huge complaint is - yikes the calories for 1 cup!!?? But I will make this again. I think if I were to serve it to guests, I'd replace the radicchio with bagged chopped cabbage and then serve it using the radicchio as a cup on the plate to hold it. It would be very pretty that way.
I love steel cut oats and eat them almost daily for breakfast as an oatmeal dish. I haven't tried this dish yet but look forward to it. However, I cannot imagine the oats being cooked enough in just 7 minutes. Will this be enough time to get the oats to chewable stage?
This is my new favorite breakfast. It's hearty enough to hold me to lunch. I just cut the portion size a little and don't eat it on the arugula.Read More
Substituted feta since I'm not a blue cheese fan and it was perfect!Read More
I made this for a party this weekend, and it got RAVE reviews from the party guests. I sent out the recipe to several people after the party! Everyone was amazed at the combination of steel-cut oats with a waldorf salad. So nutty, flavorful, and healthy! And it was the first time I had used steel-cut oats and am now so excited to introduce this into our food repertoire! Such a great alternate to rice, quinoa and couscous. Thanks for the great recipe, CL!Read More
I made this exactly as written and it was wonderful. I cooked it last night and put it in the fridge for lunch today - just kept the cheese and walnuts separate. It held up great. The oats are quite chewy - I liked them that way, but I could see making this with other grains as well (quinoa or brown rice, maybe) if you don't.Read More