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a fermented oatmeal recipe with mango & almonds

overnight fermented oatmeal with yogurt, mango & walnuts

overnight oats with yogurt, with mango & walnuts by Gourmet Project

I gave Luca a DIY Beer kit for his birthday. That’s how the bubble project first began. There had been signs: a copious domestic kefir production, a few (let’s say a dozen) jars of kompot and homemade sauerkrauts for hot dog nights. When fermentation became the main focus of my conversations, the mission was definitive.

Fermented foods are tasty, healthy and perfect for people who periodically stress their digestive systems (? :-)). And what about spring fatigue? Fermented foods are perfect to support your body throughout the change of season.

I’m about to explore the mystical world of fermented food. First try: a fermented oatmeal recipe

fermented oatmeal recipe with mango & almonds

Course Breakfast
Cuisine healthy
Servings 1
Author Claudia Rinaldi | Gourmet Project

Ingredients

note: you need to overnight this recipe

  • ½ cup oatmeal
  • ½ cup water
  • 2 tsp Greek yogurt
  • ½ mango
  • ½ handful almonds
  • 1 tbsp pure maple syrup

Instructions

  1. Place oatmeal, water and yogurt in a small bowl and mix. Cover the bowl with cheesecloth or any other kind of cloth. Fix it with twine or an elastic band. Let ferment, at room temperature, overnight.
  2. In the morning, peel and dice the mango and coarsely crush the almonds.
  3. Serve the fermented oatmeal topped with mango, almonds and maple syrup.
enjoy your fermented oatmeal!

Claudia

Claudia Rinaldi

Claudia Rinaldi

Author

Digital artisan and curator of the Simposio magazine; maker of Gourmet Project, an Italian food and culture blog; and life in Italy relator through the Italian Colors Newsletter. Claudia lives in magnificent Rome. She loves pasta, “melanzane alla parmigiana”, hats, suitcases and airports, Christmas, and books. Her mission is to show you that Italy is so much more than spaghetti and clichés, but a land of endless traditions, flavors, and heritage.

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