Friday, December 18, 2009

Vegan Herbed Bellpeppers Corn Mini Muffins

I was planning quite a long to make out muffins or any other bakes with bellpeppers, this time i made out some mini muffins using both red and green bell peppers chunks with all purpose flour, stone grounded fine cornmeal herbed with parsley leaves ,green spring onions, salt and pepper powder...While baking this muffins, my house was completely submerged with a splendid aroma and my H was extremely curious to taste out these muffins even before they get baked, i prepared this muffins as vegan also eggless with olive oil and hot water instead of butter or any other dairy products..Quiet a delicious muffins, very easy to prepare and suits prefectly for evening snacks, fantastic muffins also goes very well with any salads or soups for evening dinner, these muffins are really cute and flavourful and everyone at home loved it..I rarely used cornmeal in my cooking, but when Madhu announced her whole grain baking event with corn, i was really happy to put my hands to this wonderful grains and immediately went to a nearby organic shop for buying whole grain cornmeal and find out this stone grounded cornmeal which suits incredibly for making out any bakes..Thanks to Madhu for choosing corn coz am breaking my head to make out different bakes with cornmeal nowadays and one among those bakes is this vegan corn muffins...



2cups All purpose flour
1cup Yellow cornmeal (stone grounded)
1cup Red & Green bell pepper chunks
1/2cup Olive oil
1/2tsp Baking powder
1/2tsp Baking soda
Salt
1/2tsp Pepper powder
2tsp Parsley leaves (chopped)
2tsp Green spring onion (chopped)
1cup Hot water

Preheat the oven to 350F and grease the muffins mould, i used the silicon mini muffins mould so i didnt greased my moulds...Mix together the all purpose flour, yellow cornmeal, pepper powder, salt, baking powder and baking soda together.. now add the bellpepper chunks, chopped parsley leaves and spring onion to the dry ingredients and gradually add the olive oil and turn everything as crumble like mixture, slowly add the hot water, mix everything well until they turn as thick batter..

Pour the batter to muffins mould, i used the 12 muffins mould..arrange the mould in the middle rack of the oven and bake for 15-20minutes until the muffins turns golden brown or a skewer inserted come out clean..

Serve warm with any salads or soups for dinner or simply with a cup of milk for snacks..

28 comments:

  1. very flavourful muffins...loved the spiced up version a lot.looks too good priya

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  2. I am at present preparing bellpepper muffins -not with cornmeal thgh.Yours look great.I will be posting mine later

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  3. Never tasted salty muffins. A nice tweak! Love this muffins with bell pepper!

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  4. Wow, I loved your version too except that I am not a big fan of bell pepper.

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  5. spiced and herb'ed versions are welcome anytime...these look yummy..

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  6. here comes another marvelous one!!
    bellpeppers muffin is new to me..
    Looks delicious..
    Keep rocking gal!!!

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  7. spicy muffins............lovely flavors.........delicious.

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  8. I have enver made savoury muffins.
    Love the idea. Looks beautiful with the red and green specks on them.

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  9. Extremely healthy muffins. And totally vegan that is something really superb about them. I bet they taste also exotic.

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  10. Nice spicy and flavorful muffins Priya.

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  11. Loved the idea of bell peppers in corn muffins, looks yum !

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  12. Spicy muffins of the day Priya..looks delicious:)

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  13. wow!!bellpepper muffins sounds interesting priya..looks so good..Ur so creative..:)

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  14. It would be perfect with a chili! Very herby and healthy!

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  15. savory muffins are new to me. My Hubby would love them. the click is gorgeous too.

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  16. I too love savory muffins Priya...cute clicks :)

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  17. That's such a coincidence between Champa and you. I'm sure it would have tasted great Priya.

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  18. These have risen so beautifully and they look divine! Thanks for sharing this!

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  19. Looks cute and flavorful!I like the decoration on the top...:D

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