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Pompanoosuc Porridge Question

post #1 of 5
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King Arthur sells a wonderful breakfast grain mixture called Pompanoosuc Porridge; it contains 3 ingredients:

Wheat Bulgur
Steel Cut Oats (Irish style oats)
Flaxseed

I intend to make my own mixture buy purchasing these ingredients separately. Two questions arise:

1. Can anyone recommend a good mailorder grain source here in the southeast?

2. To approximate KA's blend, can anyone recommend the proportion of each ingredient?

TIA

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post #2 of 5
i don't know the mix amount but i do know where you can get your ingredients.

Bob's Red Mill

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post #3 of 5
Scottish porridge (the original stuff) is just steel cut oatmeal (the Irish stuff is similar). I cook it with a little salt and then when cooked, add a shake of salt and a little top of the milk. No sugar, no honey, no fruit, no NUTTIN!
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Originally Posted by Ishbel View Post

Scottish porridge (the original stuff) is just steel cut oatmeal (the Irish stuff is similar). I cook it with a little salt and then when cooked, add a shake of salt and a little top of the milk. No sugar, no honey, no fruit, no NUTTIN!

For traditional porridge, I use Bobs Red Mill Scottish porridge oats 3 parts water to one part oats. Bring water and a pinch of salt to boil, slowly add oats to boiling water stirring all the while. Take off the heat and cover. Ready in 3-4 mins .. Stir occasionally.

As Ishbel said, add a dribble of cold milk and a sprinkle of salt. Anything else kills the wonderful texture and flavour of the oats. Yummm!
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Thanks for all the responses and yes, I make my own mixture now ad lib and it tastes just fine.  I really love eating steel cut oats for breakfast with some cinnamon, honey and half-and-half dairy.

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