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Recipe: Our Breakfast Granola

Home-made granola is as simple as anything to throw together. Wayan Kresna Yasa’s go-to recipe will super-charge your mornings.

Preparation time: 20-30 minutes, cooking time: 3-4 hours

This is Potato Head’s breakfast granola – inspired by the States and tuned for the tropics. “I tried granola for the first time when I was living in the U.S.,” says Potato Head’s executive chef Wayan Kresna Yasa. “So, the inspiration comes from there.”

It’s simple to make, stores well and is totally dairy-free. “The reason I use canola oil is to keep it vegan and to keep a lighter texture,” Kresna Yasa says. “The olive oil adds an earthy flavor and also keeps the ingredients crisp.”

Serve it with fresh-cut fruit and plain yoghurt or sprinkle a couple of tablespoons over a smoothie bowl to make it sparkle. Here’s the recipe:

Ingredients 130 ml canola oil 130 ml olive oil 80 ml honey or maple syrup 5 cups rolled oats 5 cups spelt flakes

1 ⅛ cup sunflower seeds ⅔ cup sesame seeds ⅔ cup cashew nuts ⅔ cup almonds ½ cup flax seeds

Method Preheat oven to 200℉ or 135°C. In a saucepan, gently heat canola oil, olive oil and honey or maple until lukewarm. Combine the rest of the ingredients in a separate bowl, then add the warm oil from the saucepan and mix well.

Spread the granola in a thin layer across a baking tray lined with baking paper. Bake for 3 to 4 hours, depending on how toasted you like it. Stir the mixture every 10 minutes until it’s evenly cooked. Set aside to cool, store it in a tight seal jar, and try not to snack on the whole batch in one go.

Kitchen hacks – Store in an air-tight container for a month or in the freezer for about 6 months. – If you don’t have canola oil, use vegetable oil. – Cashew nuts can be substituted for pecans.

Support Bali’s community Here’s how some of our friends in Bali are creating brightness on the island, and how you can support;

TEMUKU PUPUAN One of the OGs of Bali’s organic fruit and vegetable movement, Temuku grows and delivers fresh produce grown in the pristine hills of West Bali. They also make sourdough, kefir and immunity-boosting black garlic.

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Published on 06/04/2020 by Potato Head

Original article by . Created on 06/04/2020