Sep 2, 2009

JAMMY DOUGHNUT MUFFINS FOR SWEET& SIMPLE BAKES

When I saw this recipe in SWEET AND SIMPLE BAKES for this month s recipe for baking, and I was very exited to try one more interesting muffin recipe. And I wanted to give a trail before I post my entry for the challenge. and that was a big disaster. I fallowed the recipe but I think what I use to measure the flour that cup was wrong. I used my rice cooker cup , I thought that 1 cup is 100 g and I have taken 2 & 1/2 cups with that cup and that was wrong that cup is only 70 g. then last week I brought a kitchen scale and to day I measure the flour in that and that came 4 cups with that rice cup haaaaa. Now you can imagine how big mistake I have done. Any way mistakes only big lessons in our life naa. So with out perfect measure we can not bake, that is the lesson for me with this experiment. So here is the muffins with perfect measurement and thanks a lot to Maria and rosie for one more lovely recipe, here I go............................................

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INGREDIENTS:----
All – purpose flour --- 275 g
Baking powder – 3 tea sp
Salt a pinch
Caster sugar – 100 g
Eggs – 2
Milk – 200 ml
Unsalted butter – 75 g melted and cooled
Vanilla extract – 1 tea sp
Straw berry or raspberry jam – 12 tea sp (I used mixed fruit jam)
FOR TOPPING:--
Unsalted butter – 100 g
Granulated sugar – 150 g

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METHOD:--
1. Pre heat the oven to 375 degree F.
2. Sift the flour, baking powder and salt in to a large mixing bowl, and stir through the sugar.
3. In a large jug, lightly beat the eggs then add the milk, cooled butter and vanilla extract and beat together.
4. Pour the wet ingredients to the dry ingredients and stir gently until just combined (do not over mix it fine to have a few lumps in the mixture)
5. Now spoon half the muffin mixture in to the base of each paper case.
6. Top each muffin with a tea sp of jam.
7. Now equally between each paper case, top with the remaining muffin mixture.
Bake in the pre heated oven for 15 to 20 minutes until well risen, golden and firm to the touch.
FOR TOPPING:--
1. Melt the butter in a sauce pan over a low heat.
2. Spread the granulated sugar in a wide shallow bowl with the cinnamon if using.
3. When the muffins are baked, leave in the tin for 5 minutes.
4. Dip the tops of the muffins in the melted butter and then rill in the sugar.
You can serve these muffins warm or cold.

38 comments:

Suparna said...

hi Rekha,
These muffins look super yummy this would tempt kids and grown ups equally ;) superb!
TC

Varunavi said...

So yummy looking muffins rekha,wish i was some where near u and will eat of half of the muffins and half for the kids ;)

The Girl said...

Hi! Well done the muffins look great, glad you got there in the end with your measurements, I had a few difficulties of my own so I can sympathise!

Priti said...

Looks delicious..wow ...so perfect for me to eat..pass some here?

Dips said...

Rekha, good try and persistance ! Those muffins look yummy...

Maya said...

Muffins with jam :)

Curry Leaf said...

Yummy Muffins.Great looking pic.Good to know you have joined S&SB challenge.I am not that confident

Maria♥ said...

Hi Rekha

Your muffins turned out great, well done!

Thanks for taking part and hope you will be joining us in our next bake.

Maria
x

Nandini said...

Droolz! Slurp! looks perfect!

Home Cooked Oriya Food said...

Muffins look perfect... Have to try it out...

srikars kitchen said...

Looks yummy 7 delicious..

Gita said...

Those muffins are super tempting Rekha :)

Priya said...

Muffins looks too soft and prefect, i enjoyed making this muffins..

Sailaja Damodaran said...

iam sure kids will love this....nice click

Jaya Wagle said...

You are right Rekha, mistakes are lesson learnt. Glad your muffins turned out good the second time round. They look yummy.
I too have realised that in baking measurements need to be just right for the good result. :)

Padma said...

Muffin looks perfect and delicious...

Aparna Prabhu said...

Akka Muffins luk super soft...nd as its always said failiure is stepping stone to success...urs was a super success :)...nd these days i dont fine u online y not free is it?

lilmizlynn said...

your muffins look great and yummy!!!
i love those muffin cups.

Shri said...

They look lovely, Rekha!I was out of town and just ran out of time to make these:(

Sireesha said...

An award is waiting for u at my blog :)

Muffins look heavenly rekha:)

A 2 Z Vegetarian Cuisine said...

Lovely doughnut muffins, don't mind having them now.

Lucie said...

These look delicious. Pictures are all great

Best wishes

Lucie
http://cookingatmarystow.blogspot.com/

Cham said...

Like the jam filling muffins, great for take out!

Parita said...

Muffins look delicious! beautifully baked!

Hema said...

looks yummy and simple to make..

AppleC said...

They look fantastic!

edith said...

These looks yummy.

Rachel said...

it looks real fluffy...love your red muffin cups.

Hari Chandana said...

Wowww... looks sooo delicious...Simply Superb.. :)

Usha said...

These muffins look just beautiful...

Valarmathi said...

Superb Padma, looks perfect and yummy.

Uma said...

yum, yum muffins! toooo tempting :)

Sree vidya said...

Yummy!
I love muffins

Mythreyi Dilip said...

Jammy doughnut muffins are yummy, well explained with nice pictures:)

Aparna Prabhu said...

Akks collect ur award from my blog nd tell more bout urself to others :)

Suma Rajesh said...

woo this looks dam delicious..

Kitchen Flavours said...

Mixed fruit jam is an yum choice...looks soft and yummy....

Sugar said...

hi...your muffin looks so delicious and superb...