A selection of my latest bakes

Your pictures and fotos in a slideshow on MySpace, eBay, Facebook or your website!view all pictures of this slideshow

Friday, October 17, 2008

Chorizos and Capsicum Muffins

I make savoury muffins quite often as they freeze so well and are excellent in packed lunches.
That's if you get them to the freezer quick enough, before the family sees them!

2 1/2 cups S.R.FLOUR.
1/2 teasp. SALT.
1 cup MILK.
1/3 cup RICE BRAN OIL.
1 cup diced GREEN CAPSICUM.
1 cup diced RED CAPSICUM.
1 small diced ONION.
2 CHORIZOS SAUSAGES (cut into small pieces and dry fried.)

Preheat oven to 180c. Grease 12 large muffins tray.
Mix the eggs, oil and milk together first, sift the flour and add to the wet mix, gently fold in and then add the rest of the ingredients. Do be light handed here or they won't rise as much.
Spoon in to the prepared muffin tray and bake in the oven for 20 minutes. Or until a light golden colour.


Rhyleysgranny said...

I have never tasted or made a savoury muffin. These look so appetising and colourful. Great stuff Sal

Sally said...

Oh Granny, you must try them. You will be hooked after tasting one. Try the simple savoury muffin by Jilly first. You will be soon adding your own little touches to them.

Jacqui said...

Can't wait to try these. Will be great with a bowl of soup. Mmmm

Fearless Kitchen said...

These look really delicious! I love chorizo in almost any form.

Oh my! Apple pie! said...

I never ate a savoury muffin either, I must try them though.

Coby said...

Wow Hottie, what a fantastic version! Chorizo? Brilliant. I'm with you, there's something special about the savoury muffin - better than a savoury scone I think. Still warm is best, I can imagine the chorizo must make it really smokily savoury, I have got to try this instead of bacon next time....thanks:)

Kelly-Jane said...

We would love these in our house, and they look great too.

Rosie said...

These muffins sound and look great Sally. They would go down a storm in my household!

Rosie x