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Masala oats: The flavourful upgrade

When we think of making a healthy diet plan, adding oats to the list is almost customary. And why not? We can’t ignore the countless health benefits that it promises. Also, a bowl of oatmeal is one of the easiest dishes to cook.

While oats score a home run in being healthy, when not prepared well it lack the deliciousness our taste buds so crave. But thanks to masala oats, we can now enjoy the health benefits of oats without worrying about it being bland and boring.

Masala oats is a blessing to health-conscious people. It is tasty and it takes minimum effort to cook. Also, you can make countless variations of the dish to get the flavour you desire. If you are in search of some mouth-watering masala oat recipes, you have landed in the right place. Here you will get a list that will take your taste buds on a joyride down flavour town.

Quirky and tasty masala oats recipes

The recipes mentioned below can be easily prepared at home and requires the minimum amount of ingredients and time. We hope you find your favourite here.

Your Favourite street food made healthier

Nothing beats the lip-smacking flavours in a plate of Pav Bhaji on a quiet evening. Its delightfully flavoursome mixed vegetable mash accompanied by buttery soft pav with a touch of finely chopped onions and coriander is bliss to many. With Pav Bhaji Oats, you can transform this mouth-watering snack into a healthier version that keeps the roadside flavours intact.

Oh, and don’t worry, you won’t need any fancy ingredients to prepare this masala oats dish; just gather the regulars, like finely chopped onions, diced tomatoes, spices, etc., and you are all set to go.

Click here for Pav Bhaji Oats recipe

Quick, easy, and tasty

While masala oats is already adding a flavourful upgrade to the traditional plain oats, you can always add more nutrition to your dish with a few extra chunks of your favourite vegetables. The Masala Veggie Oats is another simple yet flavourful dish that you can make from the comfort of your home with minimum ingredients. The good news is that it only takes 10 minutes to get this dish ready and served. And did we tell you that it also has a tinge of the tangy chat flavour that we all love? Well, now you know. So head over to this link and prepare your bowl of hot and tasty oats.

Click here for Masala Veggie Oats recipe

Omelette with a twist

Let us all agree that an omelette is one of the easiest dishes to cook and it’s loved by almost every second person in India. But this dish is not about eggs. Yes, you read it right. How do you make an omelette without breaking a few eggs? The age-old question was finally answered by this recipe. The Vegetable Oats Omelette is filled with mushrooms and is nutrient-rich with fibre, vitamins, protein, and calcium. Sounds interesting, doesn’t it?

Click here for Vegetable Oats Omelette recipe

When cheese tikki met oats

Tikki is a mouth-watering north-Indian street food enjoyed by the masses during all seasons. In this recipe, the texture and taste of a cheesy tikki combine with the goodness of oats making it a flavour-packed savoury surprise.

This can be an ideal healthy starter for a family gathering or party. You can also enjoy it as a quick binge time snack. It is easy to cook and takes only 15 minutes to prepare. You can also replace the cheese with paneer if you want to push it even further up the health scale.

Click here for Healthy Oats Cheese Tikki recipe

A tasty way to beat cravings

A batch of golden brown cutlets served hot with a cup of tea on a cold or rainy day is a go-to snack for many. Now, what if this already tasty dish becomes healthy? That would be ideal, right? Well, with oats cutlet you achieve just that. It is a healthy escape from your cutlet cravings. You can prepare it in 15 minutes and serve it hot with a garnish of finely chopped coriander and some ketchup.

Click here for Oats Cutlet recipe

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