Tuesday, 4 April 2006

Banana Walnut Muffins

Tried making this simple and easy Banana Walnut Muffins this morning. It's really very simple... add all ingredients, stir and pour into muffin tin and bake... within half an hour you will have those ready-made hot muffin in no time.......


My dear son was having so much fun helping me in making these muffin. Because he love walnut and banana.....

Ingredients:
300g Self-raising Flour
90g Butter, diced
100g Brown Sugar
1 Teaspoon Mixed Spices
2 Large Banana, mashed with folk
130g Walnuts
80ml Buttermilk/Fresh Milk
3 Eggs, lightly beaten

Methods:
1. Grease pan with 12 muffins holds or used muffin paper cup.
2. Pre-heat the oven to 180 degree.
3. Rub cubed butter with finger-tips into flour until mixture resembles breadcrumbs.
4. Stir in sugar, mixed spice, banana, walnuts, buttermilk and egg.
5. Do not over-mix, mixture should be slightly lumpy.
6. Portion mixture into the muffin pan and bake at 180 degree for 20 minutes or until golden brown. Posted by Picasa


3 comments:

  1. jacquisbakingsomething24/9/08 11:42 am

    HI Ellena,
    Whenever I bake at 180C, my muffins or cupcakes look real nice and domed in the oven, once is is out, the sides shrink a little and the domed gets flatten. How come like that??? Yours stay nice and domed. How do I get my to stay domed for easy decorating?
    I am exhausted from trying?

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  2. Hi jacquisbaking,

    Thanks for dropping by and your comments.As for your problem on muffin i guess is mb on the oven temperature or the way u mix the cake mixture. As in usually the cake raise and sink might due to the oven temperture is too high and it cause the cake to raise up fast but when cool...it sink. And so far i tried a few recipes b4, certain recipe do result on the sink of the muffin due to heavy mixture. HTH

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  3. I've just baked the muffins and they turned out great and yummy! This was the 3rd items I've tried from your recipe and they were all awesome! Thanks for sharing the tips and I am so addicted to try out more of your recipes! ^_^

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