Fried Oatmeal

 

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Do you want to try a new twist to your oatmeal in the morning? This recipe is a great way to use up leftover oatmeal or you can just make Fried Oatmeal. Top it off with your favorite syrup (optional) and enjoy a different kind of breakfast. This is another recipe from many, many decades ago.

Source: Grandma’s Recipes – Recipes From The 1920’s, 30’s and 40’s

 

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Ingredients

 

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Spray a dish with cooking oil.

The size dish you use will depend

on how much oatmeal you made.

 

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Make the oatmeal according to the

package directions and add the cooked

oatmeal to the dish filling it about 1/2” deep.

 

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Place it in the refrigerator, uncovered,

until cool and set.

 

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Cut into squares or rectangles.

 

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In a large frying pan, melt

the butter over medium heat.

 

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Add the oatmeal squares or rectangles.

 

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Fry until they are a golden brown.

Turn over and repeat.

 

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Serve with your favorite syrup (optional).

 

Fried Oatmeal

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Ingredients

  • Cooked plain regular oatmeal, whatever amount you usually fix to eat
  • 2  Tbsp butter, add more if needed
  • syrup, your favorite (optional)

Directions

  1. Cook whatever amount of oatmeal you will be eating according to the package directions.
  2. Spray a square or rectangle dish (that has sides) with cooking oil.
  3. Pour the hot oatmeal into the prepared dish about 1/2” deep. Refrigerate,uncovered, until cool and set for about 20-30 minutes.
  4. Remove from the refrigerator and cut into square or rectangle shapes.
  5.  Melt the butter in a large frying pan over medium heat.
  6. Add the oatmeal squares (or rectangles) and cook until a light golden brown. Turn them over and repeat.
  7. Serve hot with you favorite syrup (optional).

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38 Comments »

  1. I have to try this! I love oatmeal and I can remember having mush done quite similar to this as a child. With full credit to you, can I share this recipe with my readers on my blog https://davidsway.blog ? I am a nutritional and fitness writer and I believe my readers would enjoy this simple yet tantalizing idea.

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