Organic Porridge Oats Pimhill Organic 850g

Organic Porridge oats from Pimhill Farm Organic (organic since 1949) 850g. Grown and hand packed in Shropshire, UK. How to cook. On the hob. For creamy Porridge use 1 level cup of Pimhill Organic Porridge Oats and 2 cups of cold water or milk (add s...

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Details

  • Flavours: Balanced
  • Cuisines: British
  • Ingredient features: Organic, Vegan

Nutritional information

  • Values per 100g:
  • Energy 335kCal; 1410kJ
  • Fat 8.0g, of which saturates 1.3g
  • Carbohydrates 52.9g, of which sugars 1.0g
  • Protein 12.9g
  • Sodium Trace
  • Fibre 13.8g

Organic Porridge Oats Pimhill Organic 850g details and description

Organic Porridge oats from Pimhill Farm Organic (organic since 1949) 850g. Grown and hand packed in Shropshire, UK.

How to cook. On the hob. For creamy Porridge use 1 level cup of Pimhill Organic Porridge Oats and 2 cups of cold water or milk (add salt to taste if you like). Bring to the boil whilst continuously stirring for 5 minutes. Remove from the heat and leave to stand for a minute then serve.

In microwave. Place ingredients in a large microwaveable bowl and microwave on full power for 3/4 minutes (based on a 800W microwave oven). Do not cover. Allow to stand and serve.

How to enjoy. Sprinkle with sugar or drizzle with honey. If you are old enough, on a really cold winters morning, add a dash of whisky! Alternatively use as a baking ingredient for flapjacks or in home made muesli.

Pimhill is a  farming family from Shropshire and were one of the first farms in the UK to convert to organic farming.

They have a mixed organic farm, with a dairy herd of 220 cows and grow beans for the cows and wheat and oats for sale through our Mill.

The Farm is run by Ginny Mayall and her husband Ian Anderson – third generation of the Mayall family to farm at Pimhill.

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