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Oatmeal, Surinamese food

Felicia wrote:
> Could someone please post a definitive oatmeal recipe that serves one
> hearty portion that can be prepared in the microwave.

Here's what I have for breakfast most working days when it isn't Passover:

1/3 cup oatmeal
2/3 cup water
A little salt (optional)

Microwave on high for 1 minute, take out, stir well, put back in and 
microwave for another minute.

I usually add maple syrup, sometimes I make the cranberry tofu smoothie 
which was posted here a while back.


Myrna wrote:
> I adapted a recipe that has its roots in the Afro-Surinamese
> kitchen, but now is appreciated by all inhabitants. I had to
> do a lot of adapting, for in the original recipe all what is
> forbidden in our opionon is used! I cook this recipe as a
> sundays meal.

How wonderful! I will certainly try this once Passover is over. I used to 
*love* Surinamese food when I lived in the Netherlands. If you could come 
up with a vegetarian version of pom I would be forever in your debt (not 
that I could get the root here in Canada anyway ... 8-().

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Be well, Hadass

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