Steel cut oats are one of my favorite breakfasts when the weather turns cold. Like other creamy porridges, these nutty oats benefit from a long, slow cooking time. By using the Anova Sous Vide Precision Cooker, you can maximize the oats cooking time while minimizing your overall work. The oats will cook in two hours at 180 degrees; you can also set the oats up for an overnight cook by turning the temperature down to 155 degrees.Enjoy!
You can also cook this recipe in one pint-sized canning jar. Place the ingredients in the jar instead of placing them in the zipper lock bag in step 2.
Kate is a freelance food writer and editor living in Berkeley, CA. Before moving to the Bay Area, Kate spent two years working as a test cook at America’s Test Kitchen, and has contributed to Serious Eats, The Oxford American, KQED and The Hypocrite Reader, among others. She's currently the editor of Berkeleyside NOSH.