Martha Stewart Bakes with Oats | Martha Bakes S11E8 “Oats”

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Martha invites grain expert and mill owner, Amber Lambke, to share her extensive knowledge of this versatile grain. Martha then creates two tasty recipes: a savory Swiss chard and ricotta galette, and cowboy cookies, the healthier cousin of a chocolate chip cookie. Modernist baker, Francisco Migoya makes an unusual and ingenious pressure caramelized oat sandwich bread.

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0:00 Introduction

0:36 Amber Lambke teaches about Oats

6:04 Swiss Chard & Ricotta Galette Recipe

12:25 How to make Cowboy Cookies

17:26 Pressure Caramelized Oat Bread Recipe

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This episode originally aired at Season 11 Episode 8.

Full Recipes:

Cowboy Cookies –

https://www.marthastewart.com/260966/cowboy-cookies

Swiss Chard and Ricotta Galette –

https://www.marthastewart.com/1536311/swiss-chard-and-ricotta-galette

Pressure Caramelized Oat Bread –

https://www.marthastewart.com/1536310/pressure-caramelized-oat-bread

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