How to Make Perfect Porridge – 5 Ways | Jamie Oliver



Looking for how to make the perfect porridge? Then follow Jamie’s own recipe for the ultimate breakfast winter warmer. Twist it up with his different toppings & flavours and you’ll never get bored of this classic dish to start your day.

Everyone has their favourite porridge toppings – what’s yours? Please tell all in the description box below!

For the basic porridge recipe and more ways to pimp up your porridge, see this recipe:

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cherls15
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I soak my oats in milk overnight. Then, in the morning I mash a RIPE banana in the pot first, then put in the oats and then vanilla extract and i cook that, always stirring. Then, I top with brown sugar, chopped pecans or walnuts and about a tablespoon drizzle of cream. Breakfast heaven. Another way for me that I like is to chop up apple in small dice and add raisins, cinnamon and brown sugar and cook together with water and milk. Top with walnuts and more cinnamon…love it.?

aniee mazhar
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Like it?

elsa1942
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Those all look so good…?

Duhn Fuhr
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1 part porridge, 3 parts water. simmer contents from cold for around 10 minutes, mix and cover for 2/3 minutes and pour into breakfast bowl. Don't leave unattended. Maybe just me haha?

junglist jadi far
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I like mine with red pepper and garlic?

SG
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Yummy?

Nabaht Shafiei
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I love this video.?

Pyjamasandjam x
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Vegan: hot water, tablespoon of peanut butter, cinnamon, tsp chia seeds, tap ground flax, little bit of maple syrup, but of almond milk and some dried cranberries?

Deepen Nebhwani
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I like to toast my oats in the pan before I add the water/milk in – makes them taste slightly more robust. So so good?

Daniel Head
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I'll try this myself the old methods are the best?

Marianne van Lierop
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all that sugar Jamie ….. not a good advise is my opinion.?

Picky Doe
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nutmeg jamie! nutmeg! the was the first thing my son insisted on learning to cook. Gramma oatmeal. Long oats, good pinch salt, bring to boil and turn way down low. 15 min later a heath. scrub of fresh nutmeg (tin in a pinch) brown sugar with 2% milk?

dusan delibasic
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Try barley soup with onion,garlic,smoked paprika and bacon. 150 gr of barley for 4 person.?

Anisah Patel
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Chocolate porridge!!?

azhar abdullah
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very nice?

Lola
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ADORE JAMIE :3?

Ted Reardon
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a pinch of cinnamon and a dollop of apple sauce is quite nice?

Hail Lee
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It looks really really weird if you're asian.. because porridge is always savory there. Sometimes with nuts or vegetables or meat or seafood. NEVER with sugar or berries. But still, they look amazing.?

supriya sekhri
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Assssssa?

Ebru Ela
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they look soooo delicious, I love it?

Kivi i
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Tried chocolate porridge; did not like it at all.?

Anieyz1311
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it is all too sweet. i get sick if eat sweet food. almost like dessert.?

Caitlin Kelly
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i usually use half milk and half water which works too?

Craig Sundaram
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The King -:) ???

Raquel Garza
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yummy I love "oatmeal"?

MaZEEZaM
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Trust Jamie Oliver to offer me the recipe I was after. ??

Spencer Huddleston
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LOOK AT THIS NET THAT I JUST FOUND?

The vegan Jess
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Vegan porridge is better than any?

El Garda
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dude your videos are so so cool?

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Hm, tbh the porridge I've been eating cince childhood was with quark, olive oil and 5 pinches of salt ??

Carmen Lu
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I'm from Spain. Although I was living in the UK, I never tried porridge. Now I like learning about vegan food and today I 'll cook my first porridge : ) not for breakfast but for dinner because I cannot wait till tomorrow 🙂 🙂 ?
J. Oliver, you're the best!!?

Robin Hood
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I like the hot stewed fruit topping, tastes great on porridge. thanks?

EvieSocks
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loads of cinnamon and a chopped banana cooked in and top with maple syrup is my go to combination every day!?

shahrazad sanaty
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love you and your recipes are just perfect ????

Peppers
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Here is my all-time favourite porridge combination: 1/2 cup rolled oats 1/4 cup almond milk3 dried dates (or 2 medjool dates) chopped1/4 cup warm brewed espresso (or 1 tsp instant coffee) 1 tsp chia seeds 5 chopped almonds (optional) pinch of salt (optional)Raspberries and a pinch of unsweetened cacao powder, to decorate In a jar or bowl, combine oats, chia seeds, salt, and almonds, then pour over the espresso and almond milk. Chop the dates roughly and stir into the mixture (the oats will soak up the sweetness from the dates, you won't need to add sugar!) add warm water… Read more »
Taja Devi
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wonderful. I like to do mine version with almond milk and wallnuts, or coconut cream and cinnamon or plain one with a bit of rice milk. the salt really makes it taste deliscious. sometimes i cook the apple with the oats and add cinnamon. Endless options ??

Nimity Tei
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raspberrys and almond butter..?

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naic one!?

Thomas Yates
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Surely traditional porridge is with steel cut oats, not rolled oats.?

Dylan Williams
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I love adding vanilla almond milk, maple syrup, and sliced almonds to mine:)?

Ngân Ph?m
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As an asian its weird to imagine a sweet porridge! not that I have a problem with it though. These are basically desserts?

Besje G
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delicious gonna try these?

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