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I used a tomato based pasta sauce for the filling sauce and this gave a great spicy flavour to the muffin. I got 12 normal sized muffins. Another for the "keepers file" :) Made for February 2010 Aus/NZ swap.
These muffins are just GREAT! They have a lovely texture and a very balanced taste. The cheese comes through nicely without being overpowering and the spices and pizza sauce add a mediterranian touch. Mmmm, yummy! I made half the recipe and ended up with 6 muffins, that I served with stuffed zucchini for dinner. Everyone loved them (even my mum-lol)! THANKS SO VERY MUCH for sharing this lovely recipe with us, Chef floWer! Ill certainly make it again! Made and reviewed for Ed'n#8-Make My Recipe August 09.
Very delicious! I only had a giant muffin pan; got big 4 muffins out of it. The only thing I'll change next time is more tomato sauce (personal pref) and less salt. Thanks!
These are so :yummy: I had to sub spring onion (scallion) for the onion due to allergy issues. I only got 8 muffins from the mix and they took 18 minutes to cook in a fan forced oven at 200 degree C - the muffin holes are 100ml capacity. I also used Jensens Organic Basil and Garlic Pasta Sauce. Thank you Chef floWer. Made for Recipe Swap #15 - April 2008.
Lovely muffins : great for a snack lunch!
These are a different and delicious muffin. We really enjoyed them, especially my kids! They loved the cheese inside with the pizza sauce! Thanks for sharing.
Well I have to admit, I messed this recipe up, I guess that is what happens when you are too busy talking instead of reading the recipe. Anyway, I mixed everything and divided the dough out into my muffin pan, then I went to add the tomato sauce and realized I forgot to save some batter for the tops, so I just omitted the last steps and cooked as is. These turned out more like biscuits instead of muffins, but the flavor was great.
My DH was not fond of these muffins, but I thought they were pretty good, so I guess it is a matter of taste (as is all cooking!). I didn't have self-rising flour, so added 2 tsp baking powder and 1/2 tsp salt to regular all-purpose flour. Thanks for sharing!
Very nice. I used some spaghetti sauce instead of tomato sauce. Went great with our meal!
I have just finished baking these and let me tell you they are fab! Warm and crumbly out of the oven the house smells great. Lets hope they make it to this afternoon when the girls come round for study group. I used plain SR flour but I think this recipe would still be great for those healthly people that would like to use wholemeal.