Corn chilli muffins

I love savory bakes. Besides serving as a brilliant breafast option they are also healthier than the sweet variety. One can cut down on sugar and still enjoy the baked goodies :D.

Sometime back I had got about 2 kgs of fresh yellow cornflour from a friend's farm, I made yummy makki ki roti's and corn breads etc but there was still a lot left so I decided to experiment with muffins using it. Just took the corn bread as a base and worked around the recipe in my head to suit it to muffins. I was clear I wanted something spicy and hence added some green chillies and some red chilly flakes and also thought a little crunch would be good so added some corn kernels and chopped onion, some cheese for that extra kick and I can happily say that the result was delish... everyone enjoyed it for a hearty Sunday breakfast

Corn chilli muffinsI love savory bakes. Besides serving as a brilliant breafast option they are also healthier than the sweet variety. One can cut down on sugar and still enjoy the baked goodies :D. Sometime back I had got about 2 kgs of fresh yellow cornflour from a friend's farm, I made yummy makki ki roti's and cor...

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    Ingredients

    Yellow corn flour
    1 1/2 cups
    All purpose flour
    1/2 cup
    Salt
    to taste (I added 1/2 tsp as I added cheese too)
    Eggs
    3
    Corn kernels
    1/4 cup
    Medium onion chopped
    1
    Green chillies finely choppe
    2
    Red chilli flakes
    1 tsp of
    Dried rosemary
    1/2 tsp of
    Grated mozeralla cheese
    1/2 cup
    Milk
    1/2 cup
    Baking powder
    1 tsp

    Steps

    1. Mix both the flours along with salt and baking powder and keep seperate
    2. Beat eggs along with milk
    3. Add this to the to the flours and mix till incorporated, if u feel the batter is thick add a little more milk
    4. Fold in the chillies, onion, herbs and corn kernels
    5. Bake in a pre heated oven at 190C for about 15 minutes or till done
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