Breakfast & Brunch

Irish Tricolour Porridge

Oats porridge is probably the most typical breakfast dish in Ireland and as today it is St. Patrick’s Day, Irish National Day, I decided to celebrate it with a special edition of porridge inspired by the Irish tricolour flag: orange (flower pollen to strengthen immunity), white (oats to fight heart disease or diabetes) and green (spirulina to boost your intake of protein, beta-carotene and iron).

Irish Tricolour Porridge

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Serves: 2 Cooking Time: 3 mins

Ingredients

  • - a cup of oats
  • - one glass of your favourite milk (I used soya milk)
  • - one glass of water
  • - a large spoon of spirulina + an extra pinch for decoration
  • - a teaspoon of fresh/dried pollen
  • - a large spoon of acacia honey

Instructions

1

Pour a cup of oats into a pan

2

Add one glass of your favourite milk (I used soya milk) and one glass of water

3

Bring to boil over a small flame making sure you stir from the time to time. In a couple of minutes the texture is getting thicker

4

Remove from the fire, add a large spoon of spirulina to your porridge and mix it well

5

Serve in large bowls and sprinkle an extra pinch of spirulina, a teaspoon of fresh/dried pollen and a large spoon of acacia honey that will give your breakie a glow of gold

Notes

"Appetite maith!"

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