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Picture Perfect Muffins

Post  Suzie_49 on 08.05.10 2:17

For packaged muffin mixes this works perfectly every time I've tried...

I use a throwaway aluminum muffin pan that I've cut down from a 6 muffin size to a 4. Line with a paper muffin liner. Mix your mix as instructed on the box. And spoon into the lined muffin pan. Pre-heat your Halogen Oven to 325F (163C) for 2 minutes. Remove top and place your muffin pan on your baking tray on the bottom of your unit. Cover your high rack with aluminum foil. Place the high rack over your muffin pan. Bake for 6 mins. Remove high rack and bake for 6 mins. more.

My muffins have turned out just right each time I've tried this. Perfectly browned on the top and nice and moist (but fully cooked) in the centers.

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Post  Admin on 08.05.10 9:37

You clever muffin Laughing

Thank you very much for this tip.

I do bake a lot of muffins Suzie. I'll will do it your way next time.

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Post  junie on 08.05.10 10:20

Hi Suzie_49

Thank you for taking the time to share this with us.

thank you

I'll add this to the A-Z for other members to find easily. I'm sure it will be popular.

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Very useful I will definitly try this, anyone used a silicone muffin tray??

Post  Marg on 07.06.10 5:14

Suzie_49 wrote:For packaged muffin mixes this works perfectly every time I've tried...

I use a throwaway aluminum muffin pan that I've cut down from a 6 muffin size to a 4. Line with a paper muffin liner. Mix your mix as instructed on the box. And spoon into the lined muffin pan. Pre-heat your Halogen Oven to 325F (163C) for 2 minutes. Remove top and place your muffin pan on your baking tray on the bottom of your unit. Cover your high rack with aluminum foil. Place the high rack over your muffin pan. Bake for 6 mins. Remove high rack and bake for 6 mins. more.

My muffins have turned out just right each time I've tried this. Perfectly browned on the top and nice and moist (but fully cooked) in the centers.
sunny sunny flower

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Post  fieryvelvet2000 on 07.10.10 15:45

Do you think it is possible to use the silicon muffin moulds? Has anyone tried them?

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Post  junie on 07.10.10 19:53

Hi and welcome
welcome
Yes you can use these moulds - and anything else that is safe in your 'big' oven too.
I haven't tried them personally but I'm sure someone else will help please

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Post  fieryvelvet2000 on 08.10.10 8:56

thank you for that.

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Post  BigL on 14.04.14 18:02

Many thanks although I never use ready mixes it shouldn't make any difference so I will give you cooking method a go

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