Do you like a food which is thick, warm and nutritious?
Porridge, a warm breakfast cereal akin to Scottish cuisine, is oatmeal that has been boiled and prepared slowly until a thick consistency is reached. As this grain derivative packs a generous amount of nutrients, it makes a good addition to a meal plan or an adequate substitute for unhealthy fare.
Generally, porridge contains vitamin A which is a fat-soluble vitamin that the body needs for vision, cell and tissue growth and reproduction. It is also an antioxidant, which helps destroy free radicals and reduce the risk for chronic disease. A 1-cup serving of porridge supplies more than 1,450 international units of vitamin A. The recommended daily value of this vitamin is 3,000 international units for men over 19 years old and 2,300 international units for women in this same age group.
In this video you’ll see porridge recipe which is made from oat, cinnamon powder, grated apple and milk.