What about the traditional English morning porridge? Have you ever tasted it? Today's oatmeal is fantastic for obtaining the required energy to go through the day. This oatmeal dish, also known as English porridge, provides you with the carbs you need to keep up with your physical activity, which is especially important if you are an athlete. In addition, a variety of items such as fresh fruit, nuts, and seeds may be used to complement the oat porridge. 

This porridge has the chance to become your new favorite oatmeal dish. This is coming from someone who has a plethora of favorite oatmeal dishes. This one is particularly delicious for three reasons: it contains a combination of rolled and steel-cut oats, resulting in the rolled oats becoming super soft while the steel-cut oats popping in your mouth; it is made with a combination of whole milk and water, making it extra creamy and rich; and she instructs you to aggressively salt the oats while they cook, allowing you to balance it out with brown sugar and create this iridescent coating. 

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– 1½ Cups.Of milk. 

– 1½ Cups.Of water. 

– A small spoon.Of flack sea salt. 

– ½ Cup.Of steel-cut oats. 

– ½ Cup.Of rolled oats. 


– Sliced banana.

– Few blueberries.

– Some raspberries.

– maple syrup, honey, or another sweetener liquid. 


– Step 1: In a large saucepan, combine 1 1/2 cups milk, 1 1/2 cups water, 1 1/2 teaspoons Maldon or another flaky sea salt, and 1 1/2 teaspoons sugar and bring to a boil over high heat. 

– Step 2: Pour in 1/2 cup steel-cut and 1/2 cup rolled oats (not “quick-cooking” or “instant”) and reduce the heat to medium-low after the mixture has reached a soft simmer. 

– Step 3: Cook for about 20 minutes at a steady boil, stirring often (otherwise it may bubble up!). Keeping the heat as low as possible is essential for getting just a hint of bubbles. 

– Step 4: It is preferable for the rolled oats to be a little mushy, while the steel-cut oats should be just soft and pop when you bite into them. 

– Step 5: The fun part begins now: you may sweeten this very salty porridge with sugar (maple, brown, or white) or maple syrup to your liking. Bloomfield likes his porridge to be a bit salty at first, and then gradually gets sweeter as the day goes on. 

– Step 6: In warm bowls, spoon the porridge into the center and let it rest for a minute before pouring cold milk over the sides. 

– Step 7: Immediately before serving, sprinkle a little extra brown sugar in the middle (or drizzle with maple syrup) and enjoy! This is the oatmeal that would have every one of these boys begging for "more."

Try this porridge recipe for your next breakfast, and b sure that it will be one of your favorite recipes!!! Enjoy it!!!