You are no doubt well armed with loads of information around the benefits of bone broth, but have you yet tasted an organic vegan broth as an alternative? I’ve had the pleasure of doing so this week and let me tell you, it packs a suprising punch in the flavour department.
Given I know so many in this community enjoy a 100% plant based diet I thought it pertinent that I introduce you to a Melbourne made, instant vegan broth that is deeply nourishing (boosted with superfoods and adaptogens) and designed to support a healthy thyroid and immune system.
Made here in Melbourne, Australia by Greene Street Juice Co and SIMPLE as that, this broth has been formulated to target your skin and gut health, energy, immunity and general wellbeing. It can be enjoyed as a drink or as a base for pasta, quinoa, soups & risottos. And, it’s instant which keeps things super easy – and easy we like!
Today’s recipe was a first for me – savoury oats, no less! A super quick lunch or easy dinner, I can assure you it’s a delicious way to your enjoy your beloved oats.
To make savoury oats:
1 cup rolled oats
2 cups filtered water
1 tablespoon vegan broth powder*
2 tablespoons black beans
2 tablespoons fresh corn
1 red capsicum, diced
1/2 avocado, cubed
1 lime to serve, halved
black pepper, to taste
* in the absence of vegan broth powder, here’s a bone broth recipe. If you decide to use bone broth I’d be throwing in some extra spices, the vegan broth powder has way more flavour.
Add the oats and water to a saucepan over medium heat. Bring to a simmer and add the broth powder, stirring regularly for around 5 minutes until the oats are cooked to your liking. Top with the above toppings, or get creative and whip up your own.
To take it up a notch, drizzle some of my Fermented Hot Chilli Sauce – it’s the perfect addition!
I’d love to hear what you think, including ideas for flavoursome toppings – so when you do get around to whipping it up, please report back! And in case you missed it you can grab yourself some broth here.
Please note: this post is not sponsored, it’s shared with love for a beautiful product I think you’ll love. Recipe developed by The Fit Foodie for Greene Street Juice x SIMPLE as that. Please note, this is not a sponsored post.