If you want to make more simply make room for an extra cup 45 g of oats and 1 cup 180 240 ml of water or milk. Oat milk kept in a refrigerator in a well sealed condition may last for up to 5 days but certain brands produce oat milk that can last between 7 to 10 days.
Put the porridge oats in a bowl and cover with tap water until the oats are submerged.
Oat milk on porridge. Pour the mixture over cheesecloth to separate the oat milk from the oats. Put the oats in a medium saucepan along with the milk and 1 cup about 200ml water and bring slowly to the boil stirring frequently with a spurtle or the handle of a wooden spoon. Cover the bowl a shower cap or teatowel work well and leave for 4 hrs or overnight somewhere cool but not in the fridge.
Fine mesh strainers also let too much pulp through so we don t recommend using them. Portion out your oats using level scoops with a dry measuring cup. Our food director cassie says the type of oats you choose for your porridge is really down to personal preference.
Then strain through a clean t shirt or towel for best results. Generally the center back of the appliance. To increase the amount of time that oat milk will last store the beverage in an airtight container and keep in the coldest part of the fridge.
Add cup 45 gm of oats and stir. Step 2 sieve the mixture discarding the water and rinse under the tap for a few seconds. To make oat milk simply add 1 cup rolled oats 4 cups water to a high speed blender and blend on high for 30 45 seconds.
Cup 45 g of oats is considered a standard serving for one person. We found nut milk bags let too much pulp through. Jumbo or rolled oats will give you a really chunky texture but packets labeled as porridge oats will generally contain a medium ground oatmeal which will allow for a fine smooth texture should that be your preference.
To make oat milk blend one cup 81 grams of rolled or steel cut oats with three cups 710 ml of water.