A simple recipe that can be made with the "oatmeal soymilk gratin" range!
|Material ( For 1 person )|
|Unadjusted soymilk||80ml (2.71us fl oz)|
|Boiled tuna||1 can|
|Mini Tomato||5 pieces|
|Melting cheese||Appropriate amount|
|Black pepper||a little|
Oatmeal is becoming more popular instead of rice and bread. It is also attractive that you can enjoy various arrangements. This time, I will introduce the recipe of "oatmeal soymilk gratin" that can be easily made in the microwave.
Oatmeal soy milk gratin
materialOatmeal 30g (1.06oz)
Unadjusted soymilk 80ml (2.71us fl oz)
Komatsuna 1/4 bunch boiled tuna 1 can 5 mini tomatoes Melting cheese 1 teaspoon of consomme
A little black pepper
How to make1. Thoroughly wash the Japanese mustard spinach and cherry tomatoes, cut the Japanese mustard spinach into 3 cm widths, and cut the cherry tomatoes in half.
2. Sprinkle soy milk on oatmeal and soak.
3. Add drained tuna and consomme to oatmeal, mix and add komatsuna and cherry tomatoes. Cover with plastic wrap and heat in a microwave oven at 500W for 2 minutes.
4. Remove from the microwave, sprinkle with melted cheese and heat for 1 minute. Finish with black pepper.
What is the taste of oatmeal soymilk gratin?Cheese is entwined with moist oatmeal and I am happy. You can feel the mellow richness of cheese and soy milk along with the aroma. The taste of tuna and the sweet and sour taste of cherry tomatoes accentuate the taste that you won't get tired of until the last bite.
You can use the ingredients left in the refrigerator such as spinach, broccoli, bacon, and ham. If you use ingredients that are difficult to cook, you should heat them in the microwave first and then add the cheese. If you change the ingredients, you won't get bored, and I think it's fun to find your favorite combination.