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Savory oats are a great clean-out-the-produce-drawer weeknight dinner recipe. You can make them for breakfast and brunch, too, of course. Recipe yields 4 modest servings (about 3/4 cup each), so I’d double it if you’re feeding 3 or more people, or want leftover oats for later.
MAKE IT DAIRY FREE/VEGAN: Use olive oil instead of butter, non-dairy milk (or water) and don’t add cheese. Sun-dried tomatoes or sautéed mushrooms would add some umami, and nutritional yeast could add some cheesy flavor. Don’t add eggs if you’re vegan.
MAKE IT GLUTEN FREE: Use certified gluten-free steel cut oats (Bob’s Red Mill makes some) and make sure your toppings are gluten free (all of the ideas listed above are gluten free).
MAKE IT EGG/NUT/SOY FREE: Don’t add anything with eggs, nuts or soy. :)
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