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Prepare all other ingredients. Marinate the pieces of beef with other ingredients for marinating about 1 or 2 hours. Pressure cook the marinated beef with 2 cups of water about 20 to 30 minutes or according to the meat on medium-low flame. Heat coconut oil in a pan and splutter fennel seeds. You can add more fresh garlic after this step for more taste.
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There are a few different kinds of oats that are available in the market.
Often readers ask me about the kind of oat to use for a particular recipe. So sharing them briefly here with pictures. Kinds of oats Steel cut oats These are coarsely cut groats with a sharp steel blade. The cook time of this is slightly lesser than the whole groats as they are cut. Whole oat groats These are hulled oat kernels meaning the outermost layer that is inedible is removed from the whole grain oats. These are chewy and go great in salads, slow cooked stews and pilafs.
The cooking time of oat groats is quite long as much as 50 to 60 mins apart from the soaking time. Not all oat varieties have low glycemic index, but these have the lowest Glycemic Index among their counter parts since these are least processed.
Scottish oatmeal The whole groats are stone ground to coarse meal, great to make porridge and stews. Cooking time is about 15 to 20 mins.
Regular or Rolled oats These are made similar to the Indian Poha. They are steamed and then rolled to flatten them. So they can be eaten as such without cooking. They also cook quite fast. It is always good to use these organic since we do not rinse them and are consumed directly.
Quick cook oatmeal These are steamed for longer and pressed more to make them flakes than the previous kind. The nutritional profile of this kind is almost the same as the rolled variety. These have a high glycemic index and must be consumed in moderation.
It is good to use these too organic. If you are striving to prevent or manage diabetes, then the best kind is to use whole groats or steel cut oats and the next choice should be rolled variety. Quick cook or instant variety are more processed and is almost similar to any processed food and is good to avoid them.
Reduced risk of cardiovascular diseases, lower cholesterol levels, improved immunity, reduced risk of type 2 diabetes are some of the health benefits that come just with the consumption of 1 bowl of oatmeal regularly.
But most of us may not prefer to eat a porridge regularly. Here are 32 healthy easy oats recipes that we have been enjoying at home for years now.
Bookmark this page for updates on more Oats recipes. You can also find 3 ladoo varieties, pancakes, muffins, idli, dosa, uttapam, porridge, chivda etc.
This recipe can be made using any kind of oats. This post includes 2 recipes with quick oatmeal and rolled oats. Soak Brindleberry in 2 cup of hot water with little salt added in it. Chop shallot, ginger and garlic finely. Kashmiri chilli powder, normal chilli powder and turmeric powder should be made as a paste adding little water.
Heat 2 table spoon coconut oil in a cooking pan recommends open mouthed earthenware pot , put mustard and fenugreek seeds. When it becomes golden brown, reduce the flame and put chilli and turmeric powder paste into it.
Stir it well in a very low heat for few minutes till the oil starts appearing. Add socked Brindleberry and water to the pan and allow to boil.