Savoury muffins/scones

hyborn, Nov 30, 10:46pm
has anyone got a good recipe for one of these, Ive tried but dosnt seem like enough flavour in what Ive done in the past.
cheers


chchgurl, Nov 30, 11:18pm
Bump, would be interested too, my last lot of muffins was pretty average. Think I may have over mixed them.

bigcoly, Nov 30, 11:22pm
Here's an old recipe that's yummy....

1 egg
1/2 C milk
2 C grated cheese
1 tomato
1 C flour
2 tsp baking powder
1/2 tsp salt & pepper
chives/onions

Beat egg & milk. Stir in cheese & dry ingredients. Grease patti tins & bake for 10 mins at 180c.

hyborn, Dec 1, 2:30am
thanks bigcoly will give it a try might add a little bacon or ham

angie117, Dec 1, 4:02am
I got this recipe from here sometime ago, and they are truely the best muffins I have ever made.
2c grated cheese, 1 1/2c flour, 3tsp baking powder,1/2 tsp salt, 1Tbsp sugar, 1 egg, 1c milk.
Sift flour, baking powder & salt in a bowl. Add sugar & cheese, finely chopped onion, bacon (raw) & chopped tomato. Mix lightly a couple of times. Fork egg & milk together till combined. Add to dry ingredients. FOLD LIGHTLY until just mixed.
Cook at 220 c for 12-15min. This makes 6 texas muffins.
I sometimes add corn, and grated zuccinni.

rainrain1, Dec 1, 4:18am
these are nice

Savoury Pinwheel Scones

2 cups self raising flour
2 Tblsp butter
1 egg
½ cup milk
1 pkt dried soup mix (flavour of your choice)
½ cup relish or chutney

Method:
Sift flour into food processor and add soup mix, milk, butter and egg.
Mix until smooth. Work the dough into a ball and knead well. Roll out into a rectangle 30 x 12cm.Spread relish or chutney right over to the edges then roll up tightly.Cut the roll into 12 pieces and place on baking paper on tray, or in greased muffin tins. Bake 15-20 minutes at 200 degrees C.

unknowndisorder, Jan 3, 6:14pm
bumping for mother of bubs in hospital :)

summersunnz, Jan 4, 9:53am
Our favourite from a thread here:

Quote: "This is the best savoury muffin recipe ever.Got if off here sometime ago.
2c grated cheese,1 1/2c flour,3 tsp b.powder,1/2tsp salt,1Tbsp sugar,1 egg,1c milk.
Sift flour,b.powder and salt in a bowl.Add sugar and cheese,finely chopped onion,bacon (raw) and chopped up tomatoe. Mix lightly a couple of times. Fork egg and milk together till combined. Add to dry ingredients. FOLD LIGHTLY until just mixed. Cook at 220c for 12-15min. Makes 6 texas muffins. You can also add some frozen corn,grated zuccinni, peppers.

posted by: angie117 (477) 6:31 pm, Mon 16 Nov #4"

floralsun, Jan 5, 6:58am
Add a little pickle to your scone or muffin mix - adds an extra level of flavour.

bigcoly, Nov 30, 11:22pm
Here's an old recipe that's yummy.

1 egg
1/2 C milk
2 C grated cheese
1 tomato
1 C flour
2 tsp baking powder
1/2 tsp salt & pepper
chives/onions

Beat egg & milk. Stir in cheese & dry ingredients. Grease patti tins & bake for 10 mins at 180c.

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