Thursday, August 11, 2011

15 Minute Skillet Granola

I have two granola posts on this blog. One using honey and the other with maple syrup with some minor differences.

Why did I need to post another one on granola? Good question.
Answer is, I didn't turn the oven on to make it.
This granola recipe is for those who do not have an oven - like my sister who lives in India.
This granola recipe is for those who don't want to turn the oven on for various reasons - like me right now because of the heat.

However, this granola is not for those who want to make a mass production of granola. This is not for those who like clusters of oats in granola. Since this is stirred so often, there won't be any chunks or clusters left in the cereal.

Which group do you belong to? One who will try this or the one who will never try this?
One Year back -  Ricotta Pound Cake
Adapted from - Maple Granola
Ingredients:
Rolled Oats - 3 cups
Flax seeds - 1/2 cup (I used roasted - optional)
Salt - 1/4 tsp
Cinnamon - 1/2 tsp
Maple Syrup - 1/3 cup
Oil - 1/4 cup or 4 TBSP
Raisins - 1 cup (Or any other dry fruit or a combination of fruit and nut)

Method:
In a large skillet preferably non stick, take the rolled oats. Place it on very low heat and toast it stirring frequently. About 8 - 9 minutes. After about 5 minutes, add the flax seeds. If you are using nuts, you might want to add them along with the rolled oats so that they all get toasted at the same time. In a measuring cup, measure oil, maple syrup. Add salt and cinnamon to it and whisk to combine. When the oats have lost their raw smell, add the liquid all at once and keep stirring. You cannot leave this for more than 1 minute without stirring. Or it will burn. When the whole mixture has become dry and smell wonderful, add the raisins. Stir once or twice and turn off the heat. You will still have to stir it once in a while till the skillet cools down a bit. Cool completely before storing in an airtight container.
For those who want to bake it, refer to Maple Granola post.

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16 comments:

  1. wow. Perfect for me :) Loving it :)

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  2. Thats a quick easy & yummy breakfast.

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  3. looks good... :^}thnx for sharing..
    http://izscorner.blogspot.com

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  4. delicious for breakfast looks wonderful

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  5. wow awesomely healthy and tasty granola!

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  6. thats perfect for my breakfast..yummy

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  7. Ok... i belong to the group that will try it :D
    I was actually thinking of trying out roasting method once and now your recipe proves that i can try without hesitation :)

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  8. excellent breakfast recipe. very well presented.

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  9. Great idea to make this on the stove, specially for us in India - when we don't have power!:-))

    Thanks for another tried and tested recipe Champa!

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  10. Thanks everyone for taking time to leave a comment.

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  11. Skillet granola sounds truly very prefect and filling breakfast,cant wait to try..

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  12. Delicious!! Love maple syrup.

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  13. wow .. just 15 minutes .. that sounds amazing.

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