3 Reviews

These were very different than what I had expected. The only reason I am giving it a 4 star instead of 5 is they are not muffin like at all. These should be called bisquits. The batter is very thick and sticky, like bisquit dough. They are very dense and heavy, but also very moist. I used green onions since that is what I had on hand. They do need the extra bit of salt. I might increase the amount of onion and cheese the next time, but that is just personal preference. My 16 year old son LOVED these. I love the little chunks of potato in them. All in all, very good. I will make these again. Thank you for sharing this unusual recipe, definately a keeper.

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pahealthymom April 13, 2010

There are actual chunks of potato in this muffins which made them quite unusual to me. I served them to guests and everyone gave them a thumbs up. They provided a good topic for conversation, too!

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Lorraine of AZ March 30, 2009

I used this recipe to use up some old crackers that had gone stale. I ground them up for 1 cup of the flour. This is part of a "kitchen cleanse" I am blogging on: http://kitchencleanse.blogspot.com/. I did not have any green onion on hand, so I used 2 garlic cloves very well minced instead and some onion powder. Maybe some chopped spinach instead of the onion next time


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Bernbaby February 27, 2011
St Patrick's Day Muffins (Savoury Potato Muffins)