Read + Write + Report
Home | Start a blog | About Orble | FAQ | Blogs | Writers | Paid | My Orble | Login

Dessert - by Scarlett W

 
From soufflé to parfait, you'll find my personal selection of yummy dessert recipes here and more!! So for home-made goodness or sweet treats around Sydney, be sure to check here - oh, and bon appétit!! Scarlett :)

Banana Muffin

March 6th 2009 14:42
Banana Muffin


About Muffin

A muffin is somewhat like a small cake, and though it does resemble a cupcake in that they both have cylindrical bases and rounded conical tops, they usually are not as sweet as cupcakes and generally lack frosting; savory varieties (such as cornbread muffins) also exist. They generally fit in the palm of an adult hand, and are intended to be consumed by an individual in a single sitting. A muffin can also mean a different baked good, the smaller, disk-shaped English muffin, although this usage is uncommon outside Britain. As American style muffins are now sold in the UK, the term can refer to either product, the context usually making clear which is meant. There are many varieties and flavors of muffins made with a specific ingredient such as blueberries, chocolate chips, cucumbers, raspberry, cinnamon, pumpkin, date nut, lemon, banana, orange, peach, strawberry, boysenberry, almond, and carrot. These ingredients are then baked into the muffin.



INGREDIENTS

100 gm plain flour
50 gm whole-wheat flour
2 teaspoons baking powder
2 banana, ripe
50 gm sugar
1 egg
2 tablespoons vegetable oil
50 gm walnut
2 drops vanilla essence
½ teaspoon ground cinnamon

½ teaspoon nutmeg
6 muffin paper cup



1. Preheat oven to 180ºC.

2. Sieve plain flour, whole-wheat flour, ground cinnamon and baking powder together.

3. Dice walnut.



4. Skin banana and cut into thin slices. Mash.



5. Beat egg with sugar. Add vegetable oil, vanilla essence and mashed banana. Mix well.



6. Divide flour into 2 equal portions. Sieve orderly into the mixture.

7. Add diced walnut.

8. Distribute puree evenly in 6 muffin paper cups.

9. Bake for 15 – 20 minutes.

10. Serve.


**From “Next Magazine and “Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”**

202
Vote


   
subscribe to this blog 


   

   


Recent Posts:
      Banana Muffin 
      Apricot Almond Cookies 
      Mandarin Pudding Cake 
      Shiratamako Candy 
      Chocolate Fruit and Nut Cases 

Add A Comment

To create a fully formatted comment please click here.


CLICK HERE TO LOGIN | CLICK HERE TO REGISTER

Name or Orble Tag
Home Page (optional)
Comments
Bold Italic Underline Strikethrough Separator Left Center Right Separator Quote Insert Link Insert Email
Notify me of replies
Your Email Address
(optional)
(required for reply notification)
Submit
More Posts
1 Posts
5 Posts
15 Posts
433 Posts dating from April 2006
Email Subscription
Receive e-mail notifications of new posts on this blog:
0
Moderated by Scarlett W
Copyright © 2012 On Topic Media PTY LTD. All Rights Reserved. Design by Vimu.com.
On Topic Media ZPages: Sydney |  Melbourne |  Brisbane |  London |  Birmingham |  Leeds     [ Advertise ] [ Contact Us ] [ Privacy Policy ]