How to Store Oatmeal?
Store oatmeal in milk with butter for a maximum of 1 day in the refrigerator, then it will begin to flake. Store porridge in water without butter or with vegetable oil for up to 3 days in the refrigerator, but the loss of the original taste is inevitable. Any oatmeal without a refrigerator will become tasteless after a couple of hours at room temperature.
Should you store oatmeal?
Oatmeal is not prepared for future use, because the recipe uses very delicate products, milk and butter – they spoil very quickly. In addition, the taste of yesterday’s porridge will be much less bright than that of fresh one. As a rule, if the porridge remains, then it is eaten on the same day – or used for oat pancakes, for example.
How to reanimate oatmeal?
Yesterday’s oatmeal, cooked in water, can be slightly freshened if you add fat milk and butter while heating.
How does oatmeal spoil?
When stored in the refrigerator, oatmeal will begin to flake, sweat, become loose and lumpy. But the first thing that happens even before the oatmeal loses its useful qualities already on the second day of storage is that the porridge will cease to be fragrant and will lose its delicate consistency and fresh aroma, and will inevitably become thicker.
How to freeze oatmeal?
You can cook oatmeal for future use – put in portions and freeze. And then use for pancakes or minced meat.
How to quickly eliminate oatmeal?
The easiest way is to add 1-2 eggs, a little salt and sugar to the cold porridge, add flour and mix. You should get a thick dough that sticks well to the spoon. Spoon this dough into a skillet with butter, fry for 3 minutes on each side.