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Summer Mango Honey Bowl - Egg & Oats Omelette Horlicks Oats

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How to make Summer Mango Honey Bowl - Egg & Oats Omelette Horlicks Oats

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Prep time
15 mins
Cook time
10 mins
Total time
25 mins
Summer Mango Honey Bowl - Egg  & Oats Omelette Horlicks Oats
Author : Vahchef
Main Ingredient : Oats
Servings : 4 persons
Published date : September 01, 2017


Ingredients used in Summer Mango Honey Bowl - Egg & Oats Omelette Horlicks Oats
• Mango - 1 number.
• Water - 1 & half cup.
• Oats - 2 & half cup.
• Salt - to taste.
• Honey - 1 tablespoon.
• Cinnamon powder - 1-2 pinch.
• Eggs - 2 number.
• Chopped mushroom - 1/4 cup.
• Chopped onion - 1 number.
• Chopped capsicum - 1/4 cup.
• Chopped coriander leaves - 1 0.
• Chopped tomatoes - 1/4 cup.
• Butter (cubes) - 2 number.
Method:

Preparation of mango honey oats bowl:

  • Cut mango into pieces like as shown in video and keep aside
  • Boil water then add 1 & half cup of oats in it and mix well.
  • Add pinch of salt, mix nicely and switch off flame.
  • Transfer to serving bowl and top it with mango pieces.
  • For sweetness, top it with honey or maple sauce and sprinkle cinnamon powder.

Now, Sweet Honey bowl is ready then...

Preparation of oats egg:

  • In a bowl, add eggs and beat well.
  • Then add pinch of salt, chopped mushroom, onions, capsicum, coriander leaves, tomatoes, mix well.
  • Heat 2 cubes of butter in a pan, add oats and saute it for a minute.
  • Add prepared egg mixture on top and cover from all sides with extra oats in pan.
  • Let it cook on both sides on low flame with closed lid.

Now oats summer mango honey bowl with oats omellette is ready to serve.






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Oats Summer Mango Honey Bowl

Oats Summer Mango Honey Bowl is a nutritious breakfast. Oats Summer Mango Honey Bowl is an excellent, happy go yummy, easy to prepare and absolutely nutritious breakfast to start your day. This is one the best breakfast given for kids to keep them refreshing, cool and stay fit and healthy. Nowadays, oats have become a very popular ingredient for the breakfast meal. It is common cereal eaten in the form of rolled oats or oatmeal. Oats are cooked and eaten as porridge, or used in baked goods like oats cookies, oats muffins, oatcakes etc. In India, oats is added in making oats upma, oats khichidi etc.

Oats in the past few decades is considered a very popular health food as it is packed with dietary fiber and has a range of healthy cholesterol lowering properties. Getting into the habit of eating a bowl of oats porridge every morning is an amazing action. A healthy Oats bowl is flexible in terms of what you want to add and eat and its tastes. It keeps you filling for few hours and helps in keeping you away from high carbs and calories snacks. Honey is an excellent ingredient, very nutritious and comes with various health benefits. It contains flavonoids, antioxidants that help reduce the risk of some cancers and heart disease.

Since centuries it is valued for its nutritional and medical values. It is loaded with antibacterial and antifungal properties. Honey is fat free, cholesterol free and sodium free. So adding honey to your oats will surely provide with some exciting nutritional benefits. Mango is a striking summer fruit that kids love to eat. Adding mango into oats will tempt them to eat the healthy bowl. Mangoes are rich in antioxidants and add lots of fiber to the diet.  Mangoes offer important vitamins and minerals for our body, preventing that way from many dangerous diseases and keeping our body healthy and fit.

The fruit is also rich in vitamin E and it is believed that therefore this fruit is an aphrodisiac. They are good for acidity, digestion, and heart problems and also prevent from cancer. They are good source of vitamin C and iron which is good for glowing skin. Fully ripe mangoes can be eaten as a fruit or in a form of dish used in desserts such as ice-creams, kulfi, puddings, Mango Crepes, Mango lassi, Mango Halwa, Mango Kalakandh etc

Recipe of Oats Summer Mango Honey Bowl:

Ingredients:

 Ripe Mango, cut into pieces              -        1 no

Oats                                                          -        1 ½ cup

Water                                                       -        1 ½ cup

Salt                                                           -        pinch

Honey                                                      -        1 tbsp

Cinnamon powder                               -        1 -2 pinch 

Directions:

  • Cut a ripe mango into pieces and keep aside.
  • Take a pan and boil 1 ½ glass of water and add oats. Cook for few minutes until done.
  • Add pinch of salt and mix nicely. Switch off the flame.
  • Transfer the cooked oats into a bowl.
  • Top in with mango pieces.
  • For sweetness, pour little honey over the oats and mango. Sprinkle pinch of cinnamon powder and serve.

Do try this recipe and tell others that this is the best breakfast bowl that you’ll ever eat. Happy Cooking and eating to stay healthy and fit always!

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Bill Sasi Posted on Sat May 14 2016

Nice man! keep up the quality?

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Bill Sasi Posted on Sat May 14 2016

first?

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Faz K b Posted on Sat May 14 2016

wao best recipes thanks?

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In The Kitchen With Jonny Posted on Sat May 14 2016

Looks delicious, Chef! :)?

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husein dhorajiwala Posted on Sat May 14 2016

i will definitely try the oats omelet?

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Alex G Posted on Sat May 14 2016

Well, this channel has sold out. We subscribed for Indian dishes - not commercials for Horlicks Oats. I'm out. See ya.?

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nemat.khana Posted on Sat May 14 2016

What an idea? Mind blowing?

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Farheen Hoque Posted on Sat May 14 2016

chef...I like your way when u taste the food...absolutely vry vry healthy... will try it...thank u?

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redhidus Posted on Sat May 14 2016

rofl what a sellout.?

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milos mijajlovic Posted on Sat May 14 2016

Are people actually getting mad over selling out. He's always done these little projects, where have you people been. He's done recipes with the Phillips Air Fryer, recipes for the AAPI be fit and healthy, Super Chef Chennai, etc. Getting mad

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vallathn Posted on Sat May 14 2016

Chef, can I use Quaker oats instead? Will the omelet come out good??

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amat Allah Posted on Sat May 14 2016

Very distinctive channel. Thanks chef?

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