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Cooking steel-cut oats in a pressure cooker means the grains tenderize quickly, without any stirring and without any risk of boiling over, making this breakfast staple a breeze to prepare. To build rich flavor, we start by cooking a couple tablespoons of butter until fragrant and nutty, then toast the oats, along with a small measure of allspice, in the browned butter to bring out notes of butterscotch and caramel. Dried apples add tangy, fruity flavor; their texture softens as they cook with the oats.
tablespoons salted butter
cups steel-cut oats
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