Preheat oven to 450°F. In had intended to halve the recipe but careless me added in 1 cup of dried milk instead of half cup! Baby Tease–Unshelled sunflower seeds? Like cookies, it’s best to take it out before it seems done. After it's cooked, stir in the currants. Think good thoughts at all times. canned chipotle chile in adobo sauce, finely chopped. I love how this looks, I will get started on this at the soonest possible.

But when it comes to Austin’s granola, I have to be careful.

Great blog.

Thank you, Uncle Austin!

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Her work has been featured in many publications, and she is the author of several cookbooks , including her latest, Queso! The intro to the book’s granola recipe described Uncle Austin’s Granola and how the difference might be the love he puts in it, yadayadayada. This means when I visit her my first question (well after how are you?) Sounds like a good recipe! Hers used maple syrup and brown sugar and she used powdered milk, wheat flour and flax meal as well as oats, pecans, pepitas, sunflower seeds, oil and dried fruit.
He wrote: “I’ve worked on that recipe for years. She is finishing her 1st year at Rice University and loving it. I actually found a small bag of diced mixed dried peaches, cherries and blueberries that worked perfectly. Take the cast iron skillet out of the oven and pour the hot oil into the batter. Maybe Uncle Austin’s Granola on her blog is better but I think I will stick to my go-to granola recipe, Jules’s Granola. I may have to start making my own!

And right now, we can use all the life and light we can get. Try it, I think you’ll like it. So here is Uncle Austin’s granola recipe. There was also some pumpkin puree in my refrigerator, and so I made a batch of cornbread enhanced with the orange squash. He’s been making this granola for as long as I can remember. Enter your email and you'll receive a message every time a new post is published. Queso! My uncle Richard, who lives in Dallas near the farm, was given a bag of granola to take back to my grandparents. Meanwhile, mix together the cornmeal, flour, baking powder, baking soda, and salt. Remove from oven for 10 minutes, bake again for another 12 minutes until golden brown.

Danielle–I let Austin know that you said that! I'll try yours, cut it in half, and thorough- ly dry the grains before using.

But the bag should have been kept under lock and key because by the time the granola arrived at the farm, half the bag was gone! Check out the article on the Houston food scene in the Washington Post, Best Food Cities in America. Every Christmas, my uncle Austin cooks up gallons of granola to give as gifts. Tommy–Yep, that’s what we keep telling him. blogherads.defineSlot('flexrec', 'skm-mainad-flexrec').setMainAd().display(); I will just like to confirm that dried unsweetened coconut flakes is actually desiccated coconut? Austin–Thank YOU for sharing your recipe! }); blogherads.adq.push(['medrec', 'skm-ad-medrec-1']); blogherads.adq.push(['medrec', 'skm-ad-medrec-2']); blogherads.adq.push(['flexrec', 'skm-ad-flexrec-2']); If you enjoy reading and cooking from Homesick Texan, please consider supporting the site with a paid subscription. I wish it contained some fruit other than currants.

Sandy–I bet your grandson will be mighty appreciative if you make him some homemade granola. At the time, I was still in New York and for some reason, getting together with people there was always a challenge. And being a humorous fellow, he always packages it with silly labels such as: “New! It’s an honor to have a recipe on my niece HT’s excellent blog. The lucky recipients know that this isn’t just any granola—it’s an addictive treat that once you start, it’s difficult to stop eating. I was trolling around for a good holiday granola recipe and the internet gods (Google) sent me here! All things southern is the line my daughter uses on her posts from Houston, Texas. I have Paula’s book, but haven’t made her granola yet. Oooh oooh! I too will be thinking happy, loving thoughts while I make it!!! A transplant to New York City, the author takes us on a culinary tour of her home state. I finally wrote it down two years ago while adding ingredients and made notes while doing so. The Cowboys won and my cousins were in good spirits. The story behind the recipe has also made my day. Spread on a lipped baking sheet lined with a silicone mat or parchment paper. Combine the oats, dried milk, nuts, coconut, and salt. Uncle Austin from Austin. And I love the fact that your uncle labels it with imagination . So, while my cousins and I had the best intentions to meet often for a family dinner, we only managed to repeat this experience a few more times before I returned to Texas. “Why did you do that?” I asked. What a coincidence! It’s also great alone-hand to mouth toss, but in this world of transparency….gotta tell ya, granola is high in calories, so be judicious…if you’re skipping that burger lunch, have at it, if not, go easy!

And for the record, if he eats all your granola you are totally justified in breaking up with him.;). I want to gather my ingredients and try this on Sunday. I just wrote about how addictive granola is too! when it says vanilla do you mean liquid extract ???

Let cool in pan. I’m looking for a good granola recipe so I’ll have to try this out. And I’ll let Austin know what you said. It’s great sprinkled on top of yogurt and fresh berries.

The best recipe I found was in Cowgirl Cuisine by Paula Disbrowe. So happy to find you via your granola; I had to include the yummy recipe in my post today: I’m new at this blog. Using a spatula or dough scraper lift granola off the sheet. I now have a vested interest in Texas. Then, the next day I returned home from work only to find he’d eaten the whole bag! “Why did you eat their granola?” asked Austin. A seventh-generation Texan, she was indeed homesick during the two decades she lived in New York City, but the call of home recently brought her back to the Lone Star State. Did your Uncle ever think about taking this to the next step ? So thank you to your uncle for both the recipe and the lovely thoughts that he sent out to everyone:). Much as your uncle deserves immortality for devising this recipe, I still think the better name is “Jesus’ Favorite Granola.”, Actually, I’ve never really liked granola, but I’m implementing a lifestyle change. I’m thinking good thoughts your way. So glad to have found your blog. When the computer crashed a week before Christmas, I wasn’t that sad – it felt more like starting anew. Sandi–That’s his secret ingredient, he says. Thank you for reading, your consideration, and your support!

It’s tender, moist, and has just enough lift to bring brightness into these shortened days. While I have certainly been enjoying the summer market bounty in the form of berries (strawberries, blueberries, raspberries, cherries), peas (sugar snap, english shelling) and beans (favas), I think that the best part about summer is the salads.
I love granola but have never ventured to make my own. With that description, I can’t wait to try it!!!! Would you like more Homesick Texan? Leslie–You can usually find currants next to the raisins. Sorry, your blog cannot share posts by email. While the days were now shorter and dinner was served with little light outside, the bowls of spicy stew and the cheery hue of the skillet of pumpkin chipotle cornbread added plenty of warmth to an already joyful evening. —————, Lisa Fain is a James Beard award-winning writer who loves to cook.

“Thank God for good friends and good food.” Amen, Uncle Austin. My secret, I step on the top pan to smash the granola down-it works! It really IS the only way one should cook. Thanks for sharing the recipe…I’ve been looking for a good granola! One of the amusing alternate names for this recipe is “Health Camp Hi-Carb Granola: Preferred by Nudists Everywhere.” It must be good with that kind of endorsement. I just starting attempting my own granola – looking forward to trying this recipe! He was sad and thought he’d lost everything. Lyra–Aren’t his notes lovely? While the oven is heating, put the bacon grease into a 10-inch cast-iron skillet and place it in the oven while the oven preheats. Your email address will not be published. I am very impressed with the quality of your posts and to that end, I’d like to invite you to be a part of our newly launched Foodbuzz Featured Publisher program. Her work has been featured in many publications, and she is the author of several cookbooks , including her latest, Queso! I see she has adopted a “New York attitude” despite being a Homesick Texan. Who’d have ever guessed. Ok, my bad, your intro led me to believe it was the same recipe. I stumbled upon your blog today- I have had to bookmark it so I can read it all-I too am a homesick Texan-I’m from Austin, (my brother still lives there) and I miss it everyday. With your subscription you’ll receive access to exclusive content for just pennies a day. Thank you.BTW, what other nuts do you normally use ? And while dishes that use this festive squash can sometimes border on parody, a pumpkin chipotle cornbread is welcome and delicious. And Uncle Austin’s amazing mixture of organic oats, nuts, coconut and dried fruits is a salty, sweet treat that is just as good with milk or yogurt as it is straight out of the bag. Woot! Without Austin’s recipe, I had tried to recreate his granola but I had met with little success. I love this recipe. This looks delish as do all the other posts.

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And while he doesn’t need a recipe to make his granola as it’s all in his head, he wanted me to share the recipe with the world so it would never be lost. I bet it won’t be made with currants though. Spread it evenly on 2 sheet pans. Whisk together the egg and buttermilk and pour into the dry ingredients. A few years ago, I let my boyfriend at the time have some of Austin’s granola. I started following the blog, The Homesick Texan, a couple of years ago (hmm portent of things to come?). If you enjoy reading and cooking from Homesick Texan, please consider supporting the site with a paid subscription. The amount of oil and honey creates a very wet mixture. Your email address will not be published. Three kids, one hubby & a dog named Sammy discovering life through food, travel, sports, and pictures, I use pecans and/or almonds. They really capture his personality. I love the addition of coconut.

I just finished making a batch of your recipe with almonds (I wish I had known that the nuts were going in whole..I spent an hr cutting them into slivers), dried cranberries. I will try it maybe only to give you your proper credit for the idea and seeming wisdom that came from creating it. Also very good, I know my mom hasn't been able to find it since her last move, will you share it?

Maria, who currently resides in California. If I like it well enough, I’ll attempt it again but tweak it a bit.I must say, I am inspired not so much by the recipe, but with you.Thank you for your upbeat take on something as simple as granola.

Granola-eey goodness! I normally don’t like coconuts in baked goods, but this tastes good. Sorry, your blog cannot share posts by email. ————— You are the recipient of the “You make my day” award which can be seen on my current post. He loved it, as everyone does.

Ashley–Heavenly is indeed the right word for Austin’s granola! Queso! Your browser does not support the audio element. Thank God for good friends and good food. With your subscription you’ll receive access to exclusive content for just pennies a day.

It’s not ideal, but it does makes each occasion special. Thanks for posting this recipe – the dried milk is intriguing! Support independent publishing!

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