June 4, 2010


This recipe and photo came from our friend Scott. This is a Cincinnati dish, which is where Scott is from. He says any seasoning you want can be added to this and he uses "hot" sausage


1 lb ground beef
1 lb sausage
1 large onion-yellow-diced
8 cups water
4 bay leaves
3 tsp of salt
2.5 cups steel cut oats

1. mix all ingredients into the water (EXCEPT THE OATS), and let boil for an hour, stirring occasionally
****brown the meat together for a short bit, with part of the diced onion, adding a few spices
- by browning the meat you can cut down on the hour of boil, but still usually go about 30 minutes in the water before the oats

2. add in the oats and let boil for another hour, stirring frequently

3. remove bay leaves as the consistency becomes similar to oatmeal

4. put into containers to refrigerate or freeze for later

To cook:
cooks like a breakfast sausage does. It is already cooked, so really just warming it up, but can make it as crispy as you like.

Serve on a bagel or toast, with egg and cheese.

Rate It!
Jen: 8
Kile: 8
Kiley: 6
Madee: 7
Destrie: didn't have any, too busy to eat

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