Friday, 30 January 2009

pommegranite and apple muffins

pommegranites are precious jewels...My photos are not beautiful,but I am beginning...I look at other blogs in awe and want to instantly make perfect pictures...but hey I,m learning,relax jean!
Now back to pommeganites .We had a very sad looking pommegranite in the fruit bowl for the last month,maybe was beginning to wrinkle...but inside it was perfect.From now on I,m gonna wait until theyre in that condition.The drunken,deep dark red colour disappeared after baking but the flavour was lovely and the muffins perfect ..not too sweet ,maybe the next time i,d put in a wee bit of lemon rind--
preheat oven to 180 degrees·
The recipe:
300g white flour
25g soya flour
150g white sugar
60g maize flour
25g dessicated coconut
19g baking powder
1/4 teaspoon vanilla sugar
Mix the dry ingredients together then make a well and add these wet ingredients:
150g of prommegranite precious seeds,fruit(whatever you call them)
125g of grated apple
300ml sunflower oil
200ml water
150ml soya milk
Mix figorously..whack the bejaysus (irish term) out of them and fill muffin or cup cake containers up to a level just over half way up....bake for 30 minutes..test to see if they are done by sticking a skewer in to the middle (if it comes out clean they are done)cool on a wire tray and enjoy.......

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