- 1 glass of rice milk
- 1 glass of oat bran
- 2 table spoons of sunflour oil
- 1 tea spoon of grated ginger
- ½ tea spoon of rosemary
- 1/ 2 tea spoon of salt
1 - in a mixing bowl, pour your oatbran and the milk. Mix well and leave it for 20 minutes for the bran to absorb the milk. After, add in the ginger, rosemary, salt & 1 table spoon of oil. Mix all well.
2 - Preheat the oven at 175 degrees for 10 minutes. In a ceramic baking dish, spray the rest of vegetable oil. Then, use a tea spoon to form your biscuits as you wish. With the
proportions above, you should obtain 18 to 22 small biscuits.
|Read to bake savoury oats biscuits|
3 - Put in the oven to cook for 40 minutes at 175 degrees.
Once the time is up, get the biscuits out and lay them on a separate plate to cool.
It is ready. You can eat it alone or served with a dip. In the picture above, it is served with a home made tomato dip. Watch out for the recipe of the dip soon on the blog.
Note: unlike normal flour, oat doesn’t rise when cooking. it is slightly compact and gummy. It therefore needs longer to cook and allow the centre of the biscuit to dry completely. Feel free to replace the ginger or rosemary with your preferred spices.
This treat is not only great in the mouth but it is made of all natural stuff with no E numbers... get the kids involved. They will love it.
Hope you enjoyed the cookies last week. Enjoy!
|Fresh from the oven... Yummy!|
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