11 September 2016

Pulled oats with Thai flavours

Last month I wrote about a new Finnish protein product, Nyhtökaura – Pulled Oats, and now I have another vegan recipe to share with you that was made with the kaffir lime, sesame and ginger flavoured Pulled Oats. I made a Thai green curry type of a paste with nice coconut creamy jasmine rice on the side and added some carrots and spring onions to the dish. This was a very good dish, the Pulled Oats got the seasoning they needed and I really liked the rice with it. I only wish I could have the Pulled Oats more often. Maybe next time at Christmas.



2 garlic cloves
1 large green chilli
2 cm fresh ginger
3-5 kaffir lime leaves
Handful of Thai basil leaves
Handful of coriander leaves

Other ingredients

2 carrots
3 spring onions
1 onion
250 g Pulled Oats with kaffir lime, sesame and ginger flavour
Splash of soy sauce
Vegetable oil for frying

1 cup jasmine rice
160 ml coconut cream
1 garlic clove
0,5 cm fresh ginger
2 dried lemongrass stalks
1 tsp palm sugar
0,5 cups cashew nuts


Grind the paste ingredients into a smooth paste.

Cut the carrots into short sticks and the spring onions into rings. Chop the onion finely.

Start cooking the carrots, spring onion and onion in a hot pan. After a while add the Pulled Oats and soy sauce. Finally add the green curry paste and cook some more.

Cook the rice and in a separate pan infuse the coconut cream with the finely chopped garlic and ginger by simmering at low heat. Also add the lemongrass stalks, palm sugar and coarsely chopped cashew nuts. Remove the lemongrass stalks before serving.

Serve the Pulled Oats and vegetables with the rice and enjoy.

Your VegHog


  1. Replies
    1. Thank you! It was quite flavourful indeed. :)

  2. This looks really tasty. Can I ask where you managed to buy pulled oats in England? Thanks in advance.

    1. Hi! I don't think they have exported the pulled oats abroad yet. I bought mine in Finland and even there they were very difficult to get. I'm sure it starts spreading more now, as they started a co-operation with a bigger Finnish company.


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