Thursday, December 23, 2010

Microwave Carrot Corn Coriander Muffin | Step By Step Recipes | Savory Muffin

With the holidays setting in for the kids, I am sure we are going to have our hands full for the whole of next week. Though Konda's holidays started off earlier this week, boys had their school and were most reluctant to leave after their non stop playing that three of them get down to. This also means that I got to plan for to make for them during their holidays.

Last evening when I got back home after work, Chinnu came running to tell me something very important. He was looking so eager and enthu to say that his sister told him that Christmas Thatha will come soon to give them gifts. When I asked him how he knows and why should that happen. He replied with a surety that it is going to happen. Now I have a task of making sure that happens.

And yes I have been planning to make a fruit cake this year. Though I haven't soaked any fruit, I am bent on trying out an eggless one, so I have been eternally in search of one that will fit my bill, which is easy to make! I have finalized on quite a few, got to narrow it down to the final one. Wish me luck, though I have baked many flavors, fruit cake I have never attempted. What is Christmas without a fruit cake tell me? This is what hubby dear says, though we normally buy it, this year I am keen on baking it myself.


Coming back to these savory muffins, when Mons alerted again on the Microwave Savory Snacks for this month, I thought I ought to do something. Well that something finally clubbed with my latest obsession which being muffins and here you read on the savory muffins.

Like a chain reaction that reminded me of Laks and her days of obsession with muffins. When she had posted her savory muffins, all I did was drooling virtually dreaming when I will be baking those cute little ones, myself. Yes I remembered those days and I knew I had to make those. I naturally assumed she had done in microwave mode, only to see she had baked. Well when there is a need, you got to address it right. So I ended baking this in both modes.

I adapted her recipe and included few more that I had on hand. These fresh corn kernels were lying around in the fridge for a while. Amma had got them a week back and everyday Athamma would look at it and then me with a look. I safely avoid her looks and carry on with my work. I finally had to do something, at least not to waste those kernels. So I had to put them into these for another twist in the taste, if you know what I mean.

These make a great breakfast, I am not a sweet person for breakfast. So these work out best.

Step by Step to make Savory Muffin with Carrot, Corn and Coriander!


Add the grated carrot to the flour,
Puree the tomato.
Add to the flour along with the baking powder, baking soda.

Wash and add the Corn kernels

Now goes the pepper powder.

Mix and then add the finely chopped coriander and olive oil

Mix everything together.

Pour into the greased silicone muffin tray

The above muffins are baked in Microwave mode


These are baked in convectional mode at 185 degree C

Carrot Corn Coriander Muffin

All Purpose Flour / Maida – 1 cup
Carrots, grated – 3/4 cup
Corn Kernels - 1 cup
Fresh Coriander, finely chopped - 1/2 cup
Pepper powder – 1 tsp
Baking Powder – 1 tsp
Cooking Soda – 1/2 tsp
Salt – 1/2 tsp
Curds / Yogurt – 1 tbsp
Tomatoes puree – 1/2 cup
Milk – 3/4 cup
Olive Oil - 1 tbsp

Preparation:

If using Microwave mode, grease or line the silicone Muffin tray.

If using convectional baking mode, grease or line your muffin baking tray. Pre-Heat the oven at 185 degree C.

Method to prepare:

Grate the Carrots, add to the flour along with baking powder, cooking soda, salt, pepper.

Add in the tomato puree, corns and milk. combine everything well. then add the coriander leaves, curds.

Finally add the olive oil.

Microwave Mode:

Pour a spoon of batter into the silicone cups.

Microwave for 3 minutes. Allow it to cool before removing.

Convectional Baking:


Pour the batter into the non stick muffin tray.

Bake for 18 minutes at 185 degree C. Then allow it to cool down over the rack.



These tasted great next day for breakfast with just a touch of sauce. But these work out well as a quick snack for kids for evening.

Sending this to Monika, who is hosting the Microwave Easy Cooking themed on Savory Snacks. 

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28 comments :

Srivalli said...

Sorry Sayantani, had published without title had to delete the post but didn't realize you already left a comment..thanks!

"I will try these to make easy breakfasts. lovely."

NIDHYA said...

Thats cute..never would have thought of a savory muffin, so colorful and flavorful. love it

Aaha Oho

BongMom said...

Happy Holidays Valli. Have a great New year. Haven't tried muffins with yogurt. Would be great for the kids

Ananda Rajashekar said...

Hi Srivalli, first time here...love what a great muffins...never have heard or tried...looks awesome :)

harini-jaya said...

Its a gr8 idea for a snack! shall bookmark it!

swapna said...

lovely savory muffins....

Priya (Yallapantula) Mitharwal said...

I love these savory kind of muffins. Wonderful breakfast :)

Pavithra said...

Wow how cute it looks.. yummy savory muffin..nice recipe Valli.

Smitha said...

savory muffins look yum!!...quick easy n healthy!

Hamaree Rasoi said...

Carrot Muffins look awesomely made.


Deepa
Hamaree Rasoi

Divya Kudua said...

I have not tried a savory muffin till date--this one sounds delicious.I remember bookmarking this one when I saw it at Yum blog.Thanks for reminding me about this--would definitely make a great breakfast or a tea-time snack even!!

jayasree said...

Just reading the title, I was reminded of Laks recipe and I see you too have adpated the same.

I haven't tried in MW though. Thanks for sharing

notyet100 said...

perfect with tea,..
wish u merry christmas

Jaisy James said...

colorful and yummy mufins

Paaka Shaale said...

I love savory muffins. Will try this recipe soon :)

Nithya said...

These are lovely :)

which mode worked better!!! I mean the taste and texture???

Cham said...

I guess the convent mode has puffed well ur muffins- This one sounds very palatable with the right spice Valli! So Santa came?

G.Pavani said...

Merry christmas to u n ur family..

Srivalli said...

Thank you friends..

Cham, yes Santa came with some surprises that kids loved..:)

dr.antony said...

Honestly,this is the first time I hear of such a dish.Excellent idea.

nivedita said...

HI
yummy muffins. I second Dr.Antony.

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Aparna said...

These are really my kind of muffins. I prefer the savoury ones any day.

Seasons greetings and best wishes for a happy new year.

Sanjeeta kk said...

These muffins look delicious, Srivalli. And I do remember the mold which you bought it on the Blogger meet.

Peggy said...

These sounds like the perfect savory breakfast treat!

Sasmita said...

That's too colourful to look at...must be tasteful to eat !! I must try!

Srivalli said...

Thank you friends..glad you all liked this

Swaram said...

They look sooo yum Srivalli :)

ankita kannojia said...

u gave us a cool..............cool taste...............thanx 4 dis..............will wait for such kind of recipes.........

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