Cheesy quiche muffins in Sunday StarTimes in March

dbab, Apr 26, 9:49pm
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Does anyone have this recipe which was in SST in late February/early March please?
I have misplaced my recipe, and it was such a good one. All I remember is that you cooked the onion and celery until soft, and that it had 3 eggs in it.
Thanks for any help.


griffo4, Apr 26, 10:41pm
ls it this one of Richard Till's?

Best Cheese Muffins
1 small onion, finely diced
1 stalk celery, finely diced
1 tsp salt
1/4 cup water
2 cups flour
2 tsps baking powder
1/2 tsp baking soda
1 tab oil
1/2 cup sour cream
1 cup milk
1 1/2 cups grated tasty cheese
3 eggs

Put the diced onion and celery in a small pan with the water.
Bring to the boil and simmer until the water has evaporated
Cool
Add the oil, salt, eggs, sour cream and milk and whisk to combine
Add the grated cheese
Sift in the flour, baking powder and baking soda and gently fold to combine
Put the mixture into well greased muffin tins and bake at 200C for 12-15 minutes
Makes 12 large muffins

dbab, Apr 27, 4:21am
Thanks griffo, you're a star. That's the recipe I wanted. They are soooo good.

griffo4, Apr 27, 9:11pm
Glad to help yes l have made them as well and they are really nice l might make some this weekend
l had forgotten about that recipe so thanks for reminding me it was stuck in my pile of scraps of paper of recipes

dbab, Apr 27, 9:14pm
The 2nd time I made them, I added a heap of chopped parsely and a little mustard powder. It gave them a little more flavour.

griffo4, Apr 27, 11:46pm
Ooooh thanks for that l will try it when l make them l have to go and get some celery as l am out of it

dbab, Apr 28, 2:10am
I haven't always used celery and they are just as nice without it.

245sam, Jul 18, 12:26pm
Anyone for a nice warm freshly baked muffin on these chilly winter days!:-))

limejelly, Jul 19, 12:40am
I've just made these, but they are taking a lot longer to cook than the time specified.Maybe I need to get my oven temp checked.I cannot wait to try them!

tarshlove, Jul 19, 12:56am
Do tell us wat they are like thanks :-)

limejelly, Jul 19, 1:07am
They are lovely - I added wholegrain mustard, dried parsley and chives, and a touch of paprika - I also used celery salt instead of normal salt, and didn't use celery as I don't like it.They took 25 minutes to cook, but very worth it.

Edited to add that they are very moist too.Yummy.

dbab, Jul 19, 2:19am
I still make these regularly, and keep them in the freezer.

akl439, Jul 20, 10:47pm
Couldn't find my muffin recipe book this morning and needed to make some cheese muffins for 'bring a plate'.Thought I'd check out on here and just made these.Thank you griffo4 for putting up the recipe - it's scrummy.I added some chopped sun-dried toms as well.I think these will go down really well (if they get there!).

dbab, Jul 20, 11:42pm
My favourite cheese muffin recipe now too.
I don't bother cooking the onion. I find it has more flavour if finely chopped and left raw. Adding garlic salt instead of plain salt, and some mustard powder and chopped parsley makes them nice too.
I'll definitely try the sundried tomatoes too.

susieq9, Jul 21, 12:02am
Will make these over the weekend and add a shake of cayanne pepper.

lx4000, Jul 21, 3:59am
no need to pre cook anything with this one and ohhh so nice!

Add what ever veggies you like and meat if you wish:)
Cheese Muffins/Puffs
2 eggs
water
1 C Grated Cheese
1 C veggies (I use corn onion with tomato on top)
pinch Salt
2 C Flour
3 tspn BP
1/4 - 1/2 tspn Cayenne Pepper if wished

Break eggs into 1 measuring Cupthen fill with water to make 1 cup,

then add another 1 C water. Mix.

Add veggies and cheese then mix.

Stir in salt, flour, cayenne pepper, BP until just mixed.

Spoon into muffin tins.

Top with grated cheese.

20 mins approx at 180.

akl439, Jul 21, 10:47pm
Couldn't find my muffin recipe book this morning and needed to make some cheese muffins for 'bring a plate'.Thought I'd check out on here and just made these.Thank you griffo4 for putting up the recipe - it's scrummy.I added some chopped sun-dried toms as well.I think these will go down really well (if they get there!).

dbab, Jul 21, 11:42pm
My favourite cheese muffin recipe now too.
I don't bother cooking the onion. I find it has more flavour if finely chopped and left raw. Adding garlic salt instead of plain salt, and some mustard powder and chopped parsley makes them nice too.
I'll definitely try the sundried tomatoes too.

lx4000, Jul 22, 3:59am
no need to pre cook anything with this one and ohhh so nice!

Add what ever veggies you like and meat if you wish:)

Cheese Muffins/Puffs

2 eggs
water(see below, 1+ C water)
1 C Grated Cheese
1 C veggies (I use corn onion with tomato on top)
pinch Salt
2 C Flour
3 tspn BP
1/4 - 1/2 tspn Cayenne Pepper if wished

Break eggs into 1 measuring Cupthen fill with water to make 1 cup,

then add another 1 C water. Mix.

Add veggies and cheese then mix.

Stir in salt, flour, cayenne pepper, BP until just mixed.

Spoon into muffin tins.

Top with grated cheese.

20 mins approx at 180.

dbab, Apr 26, 9:49pm
Does anyone have this recipe which was in SST in late February/early March please!
I have misplaced my recipe, and it was such a good one. All I remember is that you cooked the onion and celery until soft, and that it had 3 eggs in it.
Thanks for any help.

griffo4, Apr 26, 10:41pm
ls it this one of Richard Till's!

Best Cheese Muffins
1 small onion, finely diced
1 stalk celery, finely diced
1 tsp salt
1/4 cup water
2 cups flour
2 tsps baking powder
1/2 tsp baking soda
1 tab oil
1/2 cup sour cream
1 cup milk
1 1/2 cups grated tasty cheese
3 eggs

Put the diced onion and celery in a small pan with the water.
Bring to the boil and simmer until the water has evaporated
Cool
Add the oil, salt, eggs, sour cream and milk and whisk to combine
Add the grated cheese
Sift in the flour, baking powder and baking soda and gently fold to combine
Put the mixture into well greased muffin tins and bake at 200C for 12-15 minutes
Makes 12 large muffins

dbab, Apr 27, 4:21am
Thanks griffo, you're a star. That's the recipe I wanted. They are soooo good.

dbab, Apr 28, 2:10am
I haven't always used celery and they are just as nice without it.

sumstyle, Jul 19, 5:29am
I used the Richard Till recipe this afternoon - wish I'd read all the posts properly - dbab's idea about using more flavouring is really what was needed for mine, they were a little bland.I also used ricotta instead of sour cream which didn't help flavour wise, but was fine for the texture.

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