Granola – a simple recipe for Italians
Breakfast is a very important meal – it can make or end your day. We often hear that at breakfast you have to eat like a king. Well, just as the first thoughts after waking up can give you the direction of your actions and emotional state for that day, breakfast can affect your culinary menu. So in addition to hydrating right after waking up, have coffee or tea if you’re used to it, breakfast is important. One of the most popular options is definitely cereal yogurt. Why not with granola?
For several years, it has been fashionable to eat granola with milk, classic yoghurt or various types of vegetables. Fruit or even a little jam can be added to it.
Well, granola – a mixture of cereals and dried fruits can be easily prepared at home. In fact, even large hotels offer customers a homemade granola breakfast.
In Italy, . Balanced in taste and easy to prepare.
What ingredients are needed for homemade granola?
You primarily need oatmeal, preferably organic wholemeal flour, almonds, dried fruits such as apricots, mangoes, and a tablespoon of honey.
Homemade Granola – Recipe
- 150 grams of organic oatmeal
- 30gm almonds, cut into large pieces
- 50 grams of dried apricots
- 30g dried mango
- 40 grams of large raisins
- 1 tablespoon honey
How to prepare:
Put the honey in a saucepan on the stove over low heat and heat for a few seconds. Then mix with organic oatmeal, chopped almonds, dried apricots, dried mango and raisins. In a carefully lined oven tray, the granola should be checked carefully so that it does not turn brown too much. It’s ready when the beans, almonds, and dried fruits are crunchy and have a light brown appearance. Take the tray out of the oven and leave to cool. Store granola in completely dry, clean glass jars. Consume with yogurt, milk, vegetable yogurt and vegetable milk. Especially if you choose milk or yogurt, you can add fresh granola alongside it. Bon appetite!