Easy Savoury Party Muffins

Introduction: Easy Savoury Party Muffins

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This is very easy recipe for savoury muffins which could be perfect for a 4 o`clock tea party, snack or breakfast.

Check out my recipe with more comments and tips in my blog post: Easy Savoury Muffins

Step 1: Ingredients

  • 250g Phyllo dough
  • 200g Bulgarian cheese (you can use feta as well)
  • 3 eggs
  • 50g oil or melted butter
  • 5g baking powder/backpulver
  • 150g carbonated water or Bulgarian yoghurt

Step 2: Whisk the Eggs by Hand in a Bowl and Add the Cheese

Step 3: Add the Phyllo Sheets

Break the phyllo sheets into small pieces.

Step 4: Whisk Good Every Time You Tear a Sheet Into Small Piece

Step 5: Add Carbonated Water

Step 6: Add the Oil/melted Butter and Baking Powder/backpulver. Mix.

Step 7: Your Mixture Should Look Like This

There shouldn`t be much liquid otherwise your muffins won`t bake well. If you think the liquid is more add more of the phyllo sheets, you can also add more cheese.

Step 8: Grease the Bottom and Sides of Your Muffin Form

Step 9: Enjoy!

I hope you like my recipe for easy savoury muffins and will try it at home.

If you like my recipe go to my blog for more Recipes, DIY tutorials and other interesting articles: simonaencheva.com

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    5 Comments

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    Igioteno
    Igioteno

    5 years ago

    I make these all the time. But I use phyllo separate as a sort of tart. I should try this. Thanks for sharing?:)

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    serena789
    serena789

    5 years ago

    That looks yummy.

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    DIY Hacks and How Tos

    Great recipe. Those sound like they would be really tasty.

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    ColorfullyYoursSimone
    ColorfullyYoursSimone

    Reply 5 years ago

    Thank you! Ah...I don`t have enough words to describe how tasty these are when warm! :)