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I can’t tell you how excited I am to show you this dish! I only recently discovered the sacrilege called “savory oats.” I always thought oats had to be sweet. It is a shame I formed an assumption about food that I tried only one way for so long; if you have read any of my other recipes you may know I have a curiosity for trying new rule-bending foods.
For this recipe, standard oats work best, as instant oatmeal is mostly flavored with fruits and sweeteners. This recipe appeals to multiple flavor receptors: the venison makes the umami receptors ignite, while the syrup appeals nicely to the sweet receptors. Both the sweet and savory pair wonderfully with the eggs, while the onion and garlic invoke “dinner” flavors and the sage “breakfast” flavors. This is truly a versatile meal that can be topped with many different proteins, or fruits, and/or nuts.
The best part about this meal is that it is extremely easy for anyone to make, even with very little culinary experience. This meal is packed with nutritious elements and can be enjoyed at any hour of the day.
Serving Size: 1 serving
Time to make: 15-20 minutes
Also works with: wild pork sausage, quail eggs
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