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Savory Steamed Muffin Recipes
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Sarah Kirkconnell
(sarbar) - F

Locale: In the shadow of Mt. Rainier
Savory Steamed Muffin Recipes on 01/08/2010 13:34:58 MST Print View

I came up with this recipe this morning in answer to a reader asking for more savory recipes.

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Pizza Muffins
Summary
Yield 4
Prep Time 15 minutes
Recipe Types Fauxbaker
Description

Steamed muffins full of cheese and seasonings.
Ingredients

* 3⁄4 c baking mix
* 1⁄4 c freeze-dried mozzarella cheese
* 1 T tomato powder
* 1 t Italian seasoning
* 6 T water

Instructions

Pack all the dry ingredients into a quart freezer bag.

Add the 6 Tablespoons of water to the bag, seal and knead till well mixed. Be sure to get the corners as well. Divide the dough between the 4 muffin liners (see notes) and drop it in with a spoon or clean fingers.

Fill your pan with about a cup of water. Add in the silicone liners, check the water - it should be over the feet and cover with the pot's lid. Bring to a boil, lower the heat on your stove to a gentle simmering (on canister stoves this will be nearly the lowest setting). Time will be about 10 minutes to steam them. Resist checking for at least the first 7 minutes and if you crack the lid off, be sure to vent it so no steam runs down on the muffins.

Take out and if desired carefully pop the edge of the liner back to pop the muffin out.

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I also updated a bit more on the FauxBaker page we keep on our website.
http://www.trailcooking.com/thefauxbaker/part5

Paul Gibson
(pgibson) - F

Locale: SW Idaho
Sounds Good! on 01/10/2010 13:24:00 MST Print View

Thanks, Those look good, I will have to give that a try. :)

Kathleen B
(rosierabbit) - M

Locale: Pacific Northwest
Savory Pizza Muffins on 01/10/2010 18:08:26 MST Print View

I just made these, and they are excellent. Since I don't have silly feet muffin cups, I glopped the bag of mix into my 2 cup titanium bowl and set it into my 3 cup AGG pot with about an inch of boiling water. It made a nice snug fit, and I used foil for the lid. It took about 15 minutes to steam.