Dienstag, 21. Oktober 2014

Quince Muffin Recipe

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A little while ago, I posted my dad's beautiful quince marmalade project. Now it was my turn to figure out what to do with the countless fruits we still had in our yard. I decided to try out a muffin recipe, using only one quince. After peeling it and cutting it into small pieces, I decided that whatever the muffins were going to taste like, I would never make the recipe again, because it was SO difficult to cut this rock hard fruit. However, after I tried one bite of muffin, fresh out of the oven, I quickly changed my mind. They were perfectly crunchy yet moist and tasted of kirsch and quince. Absolutely amazing! I can't wait to collect more quince and bake these again!

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1 Quitte geschält, entkernt
90g geschälte Mandelsplitter 
10g geriebene Mandeln
280g Mehl
1El Backpulver
4EL Kirsch
1 Ei
80g Zucker
80g Butter 
100 ml Sahne
150ml Apfelsaft

In einer Schüssel Ei, Zucker, Butter und die Flüssigkeiten verquirlen, Quitte, Mandeln, Mehl und Backpulver untermischen, Beim Schälen der Quitte beachten, dass der harte, kernige Teil vollständig entfernt ist (sonst könnte man sich leicht einen Zahn ausbeissen). Förmchen in Muffinblech legen und die Masse einfüllen. Im vorgeheizten Ofen bei 180° ca. 25 min. backen. Ergibt 12 Stück.

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1 quince, peeled, cored 
90g peeled almond slivers 
10g ground almonds 
280g flour 
1tablespoon baking powder 
4 tablespoons kirsch (or any other fruit brandy, eg quince brandy)
1 egg 
80g sugar 
80g butter 
100 ml cream 
150ml apple juice

In a bowl mix egg, sugar, butter and the liquids, add the quince, almond, flour and baking powder. When peeling the quince, make sure that the hard, core part is completely removed (otherwise you could easily bite out a tooth). Add the mix to a muffin tray. Bake in preheated oven at 180 degrees about 25 minutes. Makes for 12 pieces.

Kommentare:

  1. Die sehen ja toll aus! Werde ich nächstes WE gleich mal ausprobieren!

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  2. es sieht lecker aus *_*

    Ganz liebe grüße,
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  3. Die sehen so gut aus! Vielen Dank für das Rezept!

    xx
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