|photo by Aunty Yohana|
Durian Muffins are essentially breakfast
cupcakes. They’re a little less sweet, don’t have frosting, and tend to
have some kind of fruit or nut in them so we can feel we’re kicking off
our day with something healthy.
But like cake, muffins
are a little special. They’re not something people typically eat every
single day, like toast or cereal. In my family, my mother prepares
blueberry muffins for breakfast on Christmas and Easter. Durian muffins
are just that much more special. Here’s one more recipe to add to the
collection of baked durian goods.
Recipe from mnyfoodtalk.com
- 240g self raising flour (sifted)
- 80g castor sugar
- 2 eggs – A size (lightly beaten)
- 180ml fresh milk
120g melted butter
- 250g durian flesh (press with fork)
some muffin cups
1. Add self raising flour with castor sugar in a mixing bowl. Lightly mix with hand whisk.
2. Add in eggs, melted butter and milk into mixing bowl. Stir and mix all ingredients with hand whisk in same direction.
3. Stir in durian flesh.
4. Scoop mixture into muffin cup and bake at preheated oven (180C) for 20-25mins.