Oat cakes

  • Nutrition Facts
  • Calories: 112
  • Protein: 13
  • Fats: 5
  • Carbohydrates: 3

    In this review, guys, let's talk about bread, or rather about oat cakes. This is a delicious, simple and cheap way to feast on bread for little money, and we will be happy to tell you about it. Oat flakes will then diversify your diet and make it healthier. I'm sure we intrigued, but let's start by tradition with the history and traditions of preparing this wonderful dish.

    History of the dish

    A tortilla is a round and flat dough product, most often baked. True, there are often cases when oat and other cakes are fried in a pan, both dry and oiled. The birthplace of such bread is rightfully considered Central Asia, namely Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan and Kyrgyzstan. True, upon closer examination, it turns out that similar products, only under different names, can also be seen in Latin American and Mediterranean culinary traditions. If you dwell on the types of cakes in more detail, you will get such an impressive liver, and of course it is far from complete:

    • Bannock - Indian fried bread;
    • Kasabe - also babble, which are made from the yucca root and they are also characteristic of the Indians;
    • Matnakash - thick lavash from Armenian cuisine;
    • Matza - Jewish bread eaten during Passover;
    • Biscuits - delicate products from French cuisine;
    • Mchadi - cakes from Georgia;
    • Fatir - Tajik Lupshaks;
    • And then there is pita, nocake, non, gidracha, kulcha, naan and even Italian pizza. Imagine that all this is nothing more than flat cakes and that all of them are eaten with pleasure by residents of different countries and representatives of different nationalities. Today we have chosen the usual and traditional for us cakes made of oat flour. So, the recipe for oat cakes:


    • Flour - 150 g
    • Oatmeal flakes - 50 g
    • Salt - a pinch
    • Kefir - 100 ml
    • Honey - 1 tablespoon
    • Sesame - 1 tablespoon
    • Vegetable oil - 3 tablespoons


    1. Let's prepare the ingredients.

      Oat cakes, or rather their recipe contains such a set of products

    2. Sift flour into a bowl, add salt.

      Sift flour into a bowl

    3. Add oatmeal, sesame seeds.

      Pour in oatmeal and sesame seeds

    4. Mix.

      Mix everything well

    5. Add honey, vegetable oil, kefir.

      Pour kefir into the dough, a little honey and vegetable oil

    6. Mix the ingredients with a spoon.

      Knead the dough into oatmeal cakes with a spoon

    7. Then, with our hands, knead the dough that does not stick to the fingers. You may need to add a little flour to get the desired consistency.

      Next, we proceed to manual kneading and, if necessary, add flour

    8. Roll out a small amount of dough into a thin layer (thickness 2-3 mm), with a confectionery ring we cut down a cake with a diameter of 7 cm.

      Now we turn a small part of the dough into a cake using a rolling pin

    9. In a dry frying pan, fry the oat cake first on one side until golden brown.

      Place the cake in a dry frying pan and cook until golden brown

    10. Then fry the cake on the other side.

      Repeat frying from the back side

    11. Cool the finished cakes a little and serve.

      Now all that remains is to serve the cakes to the table

    The benefits of the dish

    And in this part, everything is obvious. Oat cakes are very dietary. Such bread, of course, is much healthier than any yeast bread, and this is a fact. It can be served in addition to the first courses, eaten as an independent appetizer or used for making various PP rolls. It's up to you, but oatmeal cakes will surely take their rightful place in your diet. Do you make oat cakes or something else from oatmeal? If yes, we are looking forward to your recipes and will tell you about them from the pages of our site. Your friend and faithful assistant HozOboz!

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