I noticed that my last posts all included chocolate and it's kinda strange since I don't really like it that much, don't get me wrong I do like it but I prefer savory things, my sister is the one who likes ooey gooey things all filled with chocolate or creams so I have to say that I bake for her. The thing that we have in common is our love for bread, we adore bread and this time I made some savory muffins with ham and cheese, they were really really good
- 2 1/4 teaspoons of dry active yeast
- 1/4 c. of hot water
- 1 c. of ricotta cheese
- 1/2 teaspoon of sugar
- 1 tablespoon of salt
- 1 tablespoon of butter, softened
- 1/4 teaspoon of baking powder
- 2 1/3 c. of flour
- 1 egg
- 1/2 c. of shredded parmigiano
- 1/2 c. of chopped ham
1. Disolve yeast in hot water. In a medium bowl mix flour and baking powder (I also added some herbs like basil and oregano). In a large bowl combine yeast, ricotta, salt, sugar, butter, ham and 1 1/2 c. of the flour mix, stir in egg and reamining enough remaining flour, cover dough and let it rise in a warm place.
2. Punch the dough and divide it in 12 small portions, fill a prepared muffin pan with them and let them rise for the second time.
3. Slightly brush them with milk and cover them with shredded parmigiano, bake them for about 15 minutes at 380°F.
3. When I took them out they looked like this, so I put them back in the over just to make the top a little more golden brown.
And there you have them, cheesy and delicious, enjoy!
They do look cheesy and delicious!ReplyDelete
I love bread...and chocolate...and well...just about most everything you make. I've never seen a yeasted muffin before! So cheesy delicious.ReplyDelete
Hi Beti. I love cheesy muffins and your look delicious!ReplyDelete
Have a nice evening.
Uh, amazing. I'm gf, but I think I will be putting ricotta and ham in my next batch of cornbread.ReplyDelete
I love hearty muffins. I have baked muffins with ricotta before, and they turned out lovely. Adding ham sounds really tasty.ReplyDelete
Oh they look delicious!:) Everything yeasty works for me! I love breads and rolls - all kind! But as for now I don't have much time to bake them... I used to a lot, well maybe some day I will again!:)))ReplyDelete
I rarely have time to make bread but I it is really the best thing to have fresh made breadDelete
Lovely muffins! I'm wondering... Can you bake these on a cookie sheet instead of a muffin pan, kind of like a biscuit?ReplyDelete
I'm pretty sure that you can do that, the dough was really firm you could try it and tell me about the resultsDelete
These muffins look delicious - gorgeous pictures, I just wish I could taste them :(ReplyDelete
These look like they would be perfect for breakfast!ReplyDelete
Looks delicious! I love making muffins like these to keep in the freezer and have them for breakfast.ReplyDelete
As much as I love sweet treats, savory things are really preferred. These muffins would be very welcomed at my table!ReplyDelete
These look delicious (and I prefer sweet treats!). They would make a great addition to any supper.ReplyDelete
looks irresistably hearty & full of nice textureReplyDelete
OMG, these savory muffins look delectable! Your peach cookies were a hit, so I'm excited to try this recipe!ReplyDelete
I'm glad that you tried them, I forgot to say that if the dough was dry you could add milk, I hope that you didn't had any problems with thatDelete
Yum - these would be great with a bowl of vegetable soup. I love that they have ricotta in them...so different!ReplyDelete
Mmmm I love bread too! I've got to try these soon...ReplyDelete
Those look perfect! Ham and cheese is such a "meant to be" combination of flavors. I couldn't certainly enjoy a few of these with my next meal.ReplyDelete
That should read COULD. Not sure how my fat fingers messed that up. lolReplyDelete
hahaha don't worry and it really was the best combinationDelete
These sound divineReplyDelete
This looks like a great variation of a calzone! Have to try this!ReplyDelete
These would be a huge hit at my house! I do not eat meat but I do love savory muffins, and since my family does eat meat I can make some of each :)ReplyDelete