I made some savory muffins this weekend. They´re a perfect garnishing for a beef stew or if you serve it with green salad it´ll be a nice lunch.
My inspiration for this recipe comes from Lazy blog. They organized a recipe contest and I decided to participate in it with this recipe.
One of the requirements of the competition is that you have to make a Lazy Blog´s recipe or get inspired by it. I made my own version of this recipe.
8.8Oz (250g) of Wheat flour
1 Spoon of Baking power
7Oz (200g) of Quark cheese or similar.
1.7Oz (50g) of Milk
60ml of Olive oil
Salt and pepper.
We´ll need muffin molds.
Caramelized vegetable´s ingredients:
8.8Oz (250g) of Whatever vegetables you have (I used some zucchini, asparagus, carrots and leeks)
3 Spoon of olive oil
Salt and pepper
Preheat the oven 380ºF (190ºC).
Chop the vegetables. Heat the olive oil in a frying pan, then put the chopped vegetables in it. Stir it. Turn down the heat and cook it for at least 15 minutes. Stir it meanwhile. Near the end of the time add 1 spoon of fresh water and stir it with the vegetables.
Put the flour, the baking power, the salt and the pepper in a bowl and mix them.
Put the fresh cheese, the milk, the egg and the olive oil in another bowl and blend all the liquid ingredients together.
pour the liquid ingredients into the bowl with the solid ones. Add the caramelized vegetables. Mix them with enveloping movements. Pour into the muffin molds and put them in the oven for about 15-20 minutes.
Once they´re baked turn the oven off and open the oven´s door a little to let the muffins cool down. Wait 10 minutes and take the muffins out the oven
Con esta receta participo en el concurso "Cocinando con Lazy Blog" patrocinado por Artemática Producciones, Carne Villa María, Boffard, I love Aceite y Pyrex.