Three more savoury muffin recipes

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Three more savoury muffin recipes

Postby gali » 05 Jun 2010, 09:30

Courgette and pine nut
Red onion, cheddar and bacon
Carrot, spinach and cumin

courtesy of Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall in today's Guardian:

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Re: Three more savoury muffin recipes

Postby Mummyto1 » 08 Jun 2010, 10:03

I saw these too over the weekend! Will definitely be trying these out soon...
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Re: Three more savoury muffin recipes

Postby salma's-mum » 08 Jun 2010, 18:15

I love Hugh and his recipes.I think i fancy hm a bit for his enthusiasm and gung ho ness. :wink:
I was going to make these but had a scout around my freezer, fridge and cupboard and it then inspired me to make something I think I saw Hugh make, a savoury bread pudding.
We get loads of lovely bread when we get kebabs from our lovely kebab shop( not a greasy job a proper turkish charcoal grill) I have been shoving leftover bread in the freezer as its too nice to waste.
so i used that chopped up, feta, red onion pepper and thyme a bit of spicy saussage and black olives and poured the "custard", eggs mixed with natural yoghurt over.
a bit of smoked paprika on top and it is in the oven,,,, we'll see what it is like . I will do the muffns when i get round to buying flour :D
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Re: Three more savoury muffin recipes

Postby Mummyto1 » 15 Jun 2010, 12:27

We made the red onion cheddar and bacon version (except we used spring onion) over the weekend. Went down a treat with me, DH and L and we scoffed them up! I loved the fact that they were wholemeal yet still lovely and light.
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Re: Three more savoury muffin recipes

Postby Moommy » 28 Jun 2010, 19:00

I made the spinach carrot and cumin ones and they went down a treat with lo , dh and grandparents. Nice to have a muffin without cheese as I love cheese so much there is never any left when I come to make muffins :wink:
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Re: Three more savoury muffin recipes

Postby jvnt » 22 Jul 2010, 13:18

I just made the cheese and red onion ones, they're lovely even if I do say so myself - I'll be trying the others soon!
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Re: Three more savoury muffin recipes

Postby Heidi » 03 Aug 2010, 10:34

What did I do wrong??? The cheese and red onion ones are really tasty, but have stuck horrendously to the paper cases - should I buy silicon reusable ones? And the red onion has gone green, so now they all look slightly mouldy?!
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Re: Three more savoury muffin recipes

Postby Mummyto1 » 05 Aug 2010, 07:20

I've had the paper case issue with all types of muffins, so now I always brush the insides of the cases with oil - works a treat, but only use a little or the outsides get a bit crispy.

Not sure about the red onion problem though, we used spring onions as we had those in the cupboard. You could try that next time?
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Re: Three more savoury muffin recipes

Postby AngelDog » 12 Aug 2010, 18:56

I made the spinach, carrot & cumin ones. DS (7 m.o.) turned his nose up at them yesterday, but enjoyed them today smeared with some Greek yoghurt.

DH and I thought they were good!

I used some mini-muffin trays I have, which give baby fist-sized muffins.
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Re: Three more savoury muffin recipes

Postby jvnt » 12 Aug 2010, 22:58

I had the paper case issue too, I just thought I had the wrong cases. Do they actually need cases?

AD I'm thinking of small ones next time - how long did you cook 'em for?
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Re: Three more savoury muffin recipes

Postby AB&M » 13 Aug 2010, 08:08

I use my silicone large muffin tray for these instead & they turned out great (have done the bacon ones). Was going to do carrot & spinach but have just found some pizza dough in the fridge from the weekend so best use that really.
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