Hearty Muffins

Hearty muffins are particularly suitable as finger food for greeting at a party. They usually taste best warm from the oven and can also be served as a snack with a glass of beer or wine. With various vegetables, meat, minced meat, sausage and cheese, hearty muffins can be reinvented again and again. Muffins filled with fresh cheese or salmon are also very suitable for a cold buffet. Hearty muffins are usually baked without paper moulds directly in a special muffin tin.

Asparagus Muffins with Herbs Quark
Asparagus Muffins with Herbs Quark For asparagus muffins with herbs quark salt water boil up, peeled deep-frozen asparagus in 2 cm long pieces cut, 5 minutes cook and with a skimmer from the broth lift. Keep the broth. ...
Breakfast Eggs Muffins
Breakfast Eggs Muffins Breakfast egg muffins can be served with roasted toast as a hearty breakfast. Preheat baking oven to 190° C. ...
Cheese Muffins
Cheese Muffins are quick and easy to prepare. They taste warm or cold. ...
Cheese Muffins with Bacon
Cheese Muffins with Bacon For the cheese muffins with bacon, first mix the dry ingredients well in a bowl. Mix flour, cornflour, salt, baking powder and 2 level teaspoons sugar well together. ...
Corn Bacon Muffins
Corn Bacon Muffins taste best oven warm. A fresh salad goes very well with it. ...
Corn Paprika Muffins
Corn Paprika Muffins taste best oven warm. Preheat baking oven to 200° C. ...
Croque Madame Muffins
Croque Madame Muffins can be baked in muffins tin or in souffle moulds. They can be prepared with simple ingredients and taste delicious for brunch or dinner. ...
English muffins
English muffins are a British speciality and should not be confused with sweet muffins that look like little cakes. Mix wheat flour, yeast, salt and sugar and knead with lukewarm milk. ...
False hare meat loaf muffins
False hare meat loaf muffins are easy to prepare. They can be served hot or cold. ...

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