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Oat Bread

by Trish on August 18th, 2012

IMG_0015 Oat Bread

My friend Neil invented this in the late 1980’s when we were impoverished students.  It’s a very cheap bread that can be served with curries and stews.  It’s high in fat so I wouldn’t call it healthy.  Picture above shows oat bread giving some Tesco Falafel Balls a cuddle while some salad looks on and tries to join in.  Ideally there would also be houmous but we’ve run out – blame Morrisons for closing at 6pm!

Recipe is very easy – mix equal quantities of oats and flour then add a pinch of salt and enough water to make dough, then roll it out into a thin circle and fry it.

Neil, if you’re reading this and I have any part of the equation wrong, please do let me know 🙂

From → Bread, Budget, Vegan