About this recipe: Miso soup is eaten for breakfast in Japan so I thought why not add oats instead of tofu to create a nutritious savoury porridge.
I saw this and since I like to try very unusual dishes, this was on my list. I didn't have high hopes as I have tried savory oatmeal before and never have liked it. Surprise.. this was very good. I too don't like sweet foods for breakfast.. well except my coffee, so this is a nice option. I thought I had seaweed but turns out I was out so I added a pinch of salt to the dish. My stomach is very confused right now, but my tastebuds are happy - 25 Jun 2015 (Review from Allrecipes US | Canada)
This seemed like a pretty strange dish, but I saw the other rating and decided to give it a shot. I left out the walnuts, but I love this recipe, and have made it several times in the past few weeks, including for other family members. I usually increase the amount of miso to about 1.5 teaspoons, and spinach to a large handful. The seaweed and the extra miso are pretty essential for a bit of seasoning. It's great for the single cook, or for using up an avocado. - 08 Jan 2016 (Review from Allrecipes US | Canada)
Kudos- a great combo. I made it exactly as presented. It was fine. I would tweak it next time in the following ways: First, I'd add the walnut pieces at the end with the avocado. I'd like a bit of an acidic accent to distinguish all the flavors, perhaps mirin or rice vinegar. Last, I had to add soy sauce to spice it a bit. All the tweaks would be to my taste as I said, this was excellent and I'll cook it again. Thanks. - 05 Jun 2016 (Review from Allrecipes US | Canada)