Sunday, November 6, 2011

DIY Roasted Müesli

Time for a non-techy post ;) This time home made müesli.

3-4 DL Oat flakes
1 DL Almonds
1 DL Hazelnuts
1 DL Walnuts
1 DL Sunflower seeds
1 DL Pumpkin seeds
1 DL Dried coconut mass
1 DL Flaxseed
1-2 DL Soy flakes

1 Tsp Salt
2 Tbsp Cinnamon
A pinch of vanilla powder

1 Tbsp Lemon-/lime juice
5 Tbsp Canola oil
5 DL Water

Use a sharp knife and chop all the nuts and mix them with the rest of the dry ingredients (except the soy flakes) in a big bowl. Mix the water, oil and lemon-/lime juice in a separate container and stir it in a little bit at the time until it's all evenly distributed.

Prepare two deep pans with baking paper and spread the mixture evenly. Put both pans into the oven at 160-170°C for 15 minutes and then switch around the pans and roast for another 15 minutes. Add the soy flakes, stir around a bit and let it roast for another 5-10 minutes with the hot air fan engaged (if you have one). Be careful that you don't burn the mixture or dry it out to much!

Let cool in pan before storing in a air-tight container. You might also add raisins at this step if you like.

Enjoy with Türkish yoghurt and acacia honey - or if you you would like to stay away from dairy products; soya milk works very well as well.

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