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Friday, October 9, 2009

Savoury Square Muffins.

Four corners and four countries come together here to make these delicious savoury muffins. Spanish red onion, Italian Zucchini, English Cheddar cheese and Indian curry powder. (Made in an Aussie kitchen)
You will need....

2 Eggs.
3/4 cup Milk.
1/2 cup Vegetable oil.
1 Zucchini medium sized. (grated)
1 Spanish red Onion. (finely diced)
1 cup English Cheddar Cheese. (grated)
2 tablespoons of Indian Curry Powder.
2 cups S.R. Flour. (sifted)

Prepare your muffin tin, grease well with butter or a cooking spray. I used a square tin because it is new and I wanted to see how well it worked. You could use the normal round muffin tin with 12 muffin moulds in it. Preheat the oven to 180c.
Mix with an electric hand held mixer the first 3 ingredients. Then stir in all of the next ingredients , all but the flour. Leave this until last, as we don't want to over work the flour. Fold in the flour now.
Place the muffin mix in to the moulds and bake for 20 minutes, or until the skewer comes out clean. Leave to cool a little before turning out on to a wire rack.
My new square muffin tin works a treat, they literally fell out when I turned the tray over. I shall use this often.


arista said...

These look really delicious - would be great for a picnic or lunchbox. I bet a bit of bacon in them would be nice too. Is your new tin non-stick?

Sally said...

Yes Arista, it is. I had just finished making 2 cheeses , onion and bacon muffins, and really didn't want to put bacon in these too, but yes, it would.

Kim said...

This is one adorable food blog. I'm looking forward to following you. These muffins sound delicious :D

Sally said...

Thank you Kim, very sweet of you.

Rhyleysgranny said...

Oh I like your square muffins :) I have never seen a square muffin pan.
Kim is right this is a lovely blog. Glad to see you are back at it xxx

Coby said...

Hottie, I love savoury muffins - and I like the idea of the different look for a savoury version being square:) Do you need to squeeze out the excess moisture from the zucchini please?

Helen in the UK said...

Not tried savoury muffins before, but these look great. Do you eat them as an accompanyment to something or just on their own?

Sally said...

Hi Coby, no, don't squeeze out excess moisture.

Nice to see you Helen in the U.K. Have them any time of day, warmed a little is very nice, alone or with a light salad.