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Classic Muffins

from the 1946 Joy of Cooking. I don't have a copy any more but i had to preserve the few recipes from it that i come back to again and again. these are old school style muffins that are much less sweet and much more versatile

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directions

  • preheat oven to 425f. line muffin tins.
  • mix wet and dry ingredients separately, then combine quickly. it's more important this be done quickly and without over-beating than it be perfectly free of lumps.
  • add up to 2 1/2 cups of any add-ins you like such as blueberries (may want to increase sugar to 1/3 cup and butter to 4 Tbs), cranberries and orange zest, chunks of ham and cheese, poppy seeds and lemon zest, or whatever else your heart desires.
  • divide batter into your muffin tins quickly and bake at 425f for 15-20 min or until they are just kissed golden on top.
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"from the 1946 Joy of Cooking. I don't have a copy any more but i had to preserve the few recipes from it that i come back to again and again. these are old school style muffins that are much less sweet and much more versatile"
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  1. spiritussancto
    from the 1946 Joy of Cooking. I don't have a copy any more but i had to preserve the few recipes from it that i come back to again and again. these are old school style muffins that are much less sweet and much more versatile
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