Best Porridge Oats By Far
I have tried all the porridge oats from Supermarkets and Health Food Shops, some at least twice the price of the Tesco Organic ones and these are by far the best, I now don’t buy anything else. I would certainly recommend.
Very good quality
Very good quality porridge, I love it, I add it to yogurt with blueberry and walnuts and topping it with honey and cinamon. Great taste
Best porridge avaiable undersold by Tesco
This porridge isn't just organic it is Whole Rolled but Tesco don't tell you that unless you zoom in on the label (change it). Cooking in a microwave. Weigh you ingredients and add 6 times water/milk to the oats into a bowl and watch it coming to the boil (about 3 minutes) at 100% Take it out and stir it, then put it back in the microwave for 6 minutes at 30% (simmering). Leave it to stand for a couple of minutes when it will thicken up. Modify these times to your preference but it works for me.
As this is an everyday use food, would like to see
As this is an everyday use food, would like to see less plastic. I buy the flavanagh brand porridge just because it's more sustainable packaging even though I'd much rather like to buy Tesco's own brand.
Just a thought every one those comments have taken
Just a thought every one those comments have taken on board. Use a slow cooker a small one seems better texture. Seems reading the only way from my the experience had been reading some of my recipe books. On a high setting for thirty to forty minutes.. Add milk portion of oats and some water a touch. Then on high going to give this a go . Tired of microwaving porridge spills every where. Also too expensive prices what is going on porridge just oats was a time paying under a certain amount now extreme sky high prices. Only oats should be cheap and available to all. Every country in the world has an oats based cereal yet expensive in this country. Must add make it up as mentioned before top with cherries and yoghurt or dried fruit apples or apricots. Honey and Cinnamon. Energy boost mornings till lunch. Cold weather stand by.
Great start to the day!
Agree with a previous review, Tesco sort out the website as if search for organic oats as on the packet it does not come up, have to add "porridge" However I love the product and have used it for a few years. My method is untraditional as uses milk and no salt. The night before microwave with milk in the eating bowl for 90 seconds, stir & leave, then next morning cook again for 90 secs & adjust consistency with milk to how you like it. Never fails. Unlike some porridge it is not sloppy and has real texture. Great with stewed fruit such as plums, rhubarb, apples and prunes (can be tinned). Great start to the day!
Not Great organic porridge oats.
I bought these organic oats as I thought they would be a healthier option. Packaging not great. Tried to cook oats in Microwave, give them recommended Cooking times In microwave. Still not cooked enough. Give them extra time and still not right. Did eat them but it wasn’t a enjoyable experience. Maybe try cooking the on the hob next time as see does that help.
Good Proper Porridge
Just don,t search for organic oats nor whole rolled oats despite what it says on the label! I have the wrapper in front of me but what to call it??? Now - that,s the challenge.... Come on Tesco. Some consistency between what it says on the packet and what to search for online! Might have done better if searched for Good Proper Porridge! That,s what it is!
Tried it for a change from Quaker.....much much better great flavour. Soaked overnight in the fridge makes it perfect
Not great for porridge
Not suitable for microwave porridge, the flakes stay too chunky so the porridge isn’t smooth.