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|By :Jill Nussinow|
|Duration||less than 15 min|
|Diet||Dairy Free, Vegan, Vegetarian|
|Cooking Technique||Pressure Cook|
|Main Ingredient||Nondairy Milk, Oats|
|Prep Time||2 minutes|
|Cook Time||3 minutes|
Note: using a dairy milk is not ideal, dairy tends to scorch.
Jill is a vegetable and plant-food cooking expert, in vegetarian, vegan and gluten-free eating. Her specialty is vegan pressure cooking- on the stove top or with the Instant Pot. She has been teaching cooking at Santa Rosa Junior College for more than 25 years and at conferences across the country including Vegetarian Summerfest, Sonoma County VegFest, Arizona Vegfest, NW Vegfest and the Boston Vegetarian Food Festival. She is the famous author of Vegan Under Pressure and has written three other award winning cookbooks.
Easy and delicious. Bonus: My house smelled divine.
Really tasty. I didnt like how the recipe didnt specify which mode to cook the oatmeal. I used the porridge setting and it turnes out well! I used a dab of vanilla extract for vanilla flavoring, and topped with brown sugar and milk when I ate it.
Real easy. Tastes like when I cook stovetop only quick and easy. Substituted pared and diced apple for raisins because my husband doesn’t like raisins. Will do it again.
For the person who stated cook mode not indicated it said manual.
Made it twice so far. Love it. I use dairy milk and haven’t had any issues yet.
I see olive oil in the ingredients list but do not see where/when to add it to the mix in the instructions. Please clarify. Thank you!
Great steel cut oats! We use coconut milk. However it takes more than 5 minutes because the pot needs to heat up first.
Used cocont milk and since I didn’t have raisins I used cranberries and apples I diced in my mini chopper. Instead of Agave I used sugar in the raw ti sweeten it just a tad. Oh, used vanilla extract (who can afford real vanilla?!) and ground cinnamon. I’d love to try bananas…not sure how they’d fair but if I use then in my next batch I’ll post!
Perfection! I used almond milk and substitued coconut oil for olive oil and pure vanilla powder for the vanilla bean. It’s delicious! Thank you.
This was so tasty. Will make again!
Great breakfast. Ideal for stocking the frig with ready made healthy breakfasts.
Followed directions except omitted the oil. Used ½ teaspoon of vanilla paste and put blueberries on top. Really good!
One question: the ingredients call for ¼ cup of raisins but the instructions seem to indicate maybe a second amount of raisins to add on top when serving. Unclear.
NEWBIE: How much olive oil – 1-2 Tbsp?
Hard to know how many stars to give. The time, at least for my Instant Pot is totally off the mark. For it to come out properly I use the porridge setting for 22 minutes and then natural release for 10 more minutes with perfect results. I’ve experimented quite a bit to hit on this. For me, when I use the 3 minute suggestion, what comes out is steel cut oat soup… other than that the recipe is good!
Oh yes, i also use dairy milk with no scorching problems – even when its under pressure for 22 minutes.
Really easy this the second thing ive made!
This was the first recipe made with my instapot and one i continue to use 3 years later. I use apples, cinnamon, and vanilla flavored almond milk due to family preference. It’s quick, yields excellent results, and is customizable.
Great. First recipe i made. I added cacao nibs and peanut butter after. When i did a quick release of the valve, it was releasing steam and then al of a sudden it was spuring out the oatmeal through spout. I waited until done and then open cover. All was good!! Tbis will be a staple recipe!!
Newbie alert! I got the IP Ultra Mini. Ill just be happy to figure out how to make the steel cut oats without any extras first. Do i just push the porridge button and let it do its thing?
My new favorite way to make steel oats
I made this the second day we have our Instant Pot. This is insanely delicious! I substituted for rice milk and craisins. If this thing is this easy to use, call me a chef.
Is the salt necessary for the cooker to work? I’d rather omit it. Newbie question.
Delicious flavor, but it came out too soupy for me. I will try slightly reducing the water or maybe cooking for 5 minutes instead of 3. With some trial & error, I think this may become one of my favorite IP recipes.