Groats are underrated; often, people think they’re boring (not that they're exciting-looking, but!!), let’s be honest, that’s only the case when It’s not cooked the right way. If you’ve ever tasted traditional Scottish porridge or Indian sweet Dalia, you know just how much these nutritious cereal grains deserve our appreciation!
You might even ask, what are groats? Yeah, they’re THAT unpopular, but not for too long! Charging up your body with numerous antioxidants, oats are the powerhouse of nutrients and essential to incorporate them into your diet. That’s why we’re carrying the Yarmarka brand, with vast experience of producing grains, beans, and much more with the freshest ingredients and no GMO. So, if you’re looking for vegan recipes or just trying to switch up your menu, browse Yarmarka’s collection and get delicious yellow split peas or barley groats to make the yummiest vegetable soup or millet groats for veggie burgers!
At Yummy Bazaar, you’ll find different kinds of groats and oats, so you might get confused if you’re just starting to ditch fast foods! But don’t back down now; we will guide you along the way!
A healthy breakfast means a lot! It’s going to charge you with enough energy and mood to take on the world and do your best! So, here are our favorite options for you to have a great start to an even greater day. Non-GMO Oatmeal Flakes by Yarmarka is pretty simple and one of the healthiest ways to start your day. You can prepare these oatmeal flakes just the way you prefer, boil in water, season and slice fruits on top, or just microwave them if you don’t have enough time in the morning. If you’re looking for an alternative for wheat, you can try Non-GMO Buckwheat Groats, which is gluten-free, don’t let the name confuse you; they don’t have anything to do with wheat! So, by grinding your buckwheat groats, you’d make your own gluten-free buckwheat flour. Now you can cook buckwheat pancakes, YUM, and even YUMMIER cookies and biscuits! See, not every dessert has to be evil!
Fresh and warm Semolina porridge will warm you up on winter mornings. It’s simple and quick to prepare, so if you’re not a morning person, this is the perfect recipe for you. It’s like a traditional cereal but much more creamy, fluffy, and smooth. You just need to season it while cooking on the stove, and if you have a sweet tooth, we recommend adding maple syrup, cinnamon, and fresh berries on top!
Here’s something extra for dinner ideas, too: let’s bring out southern flavors, shall we? Southern-style corn grits are the mouth-watering mush that will take you no time and energy after your looooong day at work, and they can be vegan too. The best way to cook classic grit is to season it well. Cook your corn grits in veggie broth, like you, usually would, but be generous with pepper and salt. Let it simmer until grits are very tender, add and mix coconut butter, and voila. That’s your favorite southern grit!