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Goat's cheese, olive and sunblushed-tomato muffins from The Cranks Bible: A Timeless Collection of Vegetarian Recipes by Nadine Abensur

  • basil
  • goat cheese
  • black olives
  • milk
  • cheddar cheese
  • plain flour
  • herb seasoning salt
  • sunblushed tomatoes

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    Can substitute Farina 00 for plain flour.

  • k.a.g on June 16, 2013

    I bake a lot, and rarely do my baked goods disappear as quickly as these. There is something addictive about them, and they are wonderful to eat, jam-packed as they are with the good stuff. I also find them easy to make (no machinery required, just a bit of chopping, which you can do the day before if that makes life easier). I multiply the recipe by 1.5 and this makes the perfect amount for 12 generous muffins. One caution - they seem to stick terribly to standard muffin papers (the cheese, perhaps?) which wastes a lot of muffin, so last time I used squares of baking paper roughly lining the muffin tins. As well as being perfectly non-stick this also made the end product look great!

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