Friday, September 20, 2013

Food in Process: Chai tea muffins with ginger!

Cold weathers comes with certain of food that's heartwarming
and comforting. For me, I like to have lots of tea with a
dainty bite like a muffin. Adding spices and herbs like ginger in your
food can make you cough and sniffle-free throughout the harsh
winter.

Ginger is like my holy grail, it has lots of benefits for you with
its antiviral functions that'd totally knock out that runny nose of
yours. But of course prevention is better than cure so recently
I've made muffins with crystallized ginger and
tea flavor.

Da Recipe: 225 gram plain flour, 1 tbsp. baking powder, 1 tsp. ground ginger, pinch of salt125 gram candied ginger, 4 tbsp. sugar, 1 cup of strong tea (I've used chai tea flavor), 50 gram butter, 1/3 cup natural yogurt, 2 eggs  serves 12 

Recently I start writing down my recipes on paper cuz I tend to forget when I try to post a recipe-post..

Also my favorite tea at the moment.



Da Steps: 
  1. Pre-heat oven to 200°C and line up muffin pan with baking paper. 
  2. Sift flour, baking powder, ground ginger and salt. 
  3. Add butter into the flour and mix into you have a fine crumbly, sand texture. 
  4. Add the 4 tablespoon sugar, cup of tea into the egg mixture. Mix mix mix!
  5. With this egg mixture add it to the flour mixture. Stir in yogurt and the candied ginger, combine well.
  6. Scoop it into the lined muffin pan and bake for 25 minutes until golden brown. 
Good luck!

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  2. Wow they look so perfect ! I love the pictures !
    Sara,
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  3. Aww, je cake papier (whatever the correct name is :P) loopt van licht naar donker. HAHA pretty :) OMBRE STYLE JEWEEEET

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  4. OHHHMYGOD i'm obsessed w/ chai tea anything! but baked into muffins LOVEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEe omgosh so going to try this thanks for posting this :)!!

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  5. Yummy! I have yet to get a cupcake pan, eeek! I need to ASAP. There are way too many delicious recipes out there and I'm in the dark :(

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  6. Wow, this looks amazing! I've never tried tea flavoured muffins, but these sound delicious :)

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  8. i think i need to try this out!
    and a question: did the muffin liners come in this ombre colour or did you make it that way (and how - i'm kinda amazazed by it ;)) ?

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  9. aaaah chai tea muffins! a combination of my two favourite things. it sounds so nice and warm. :)

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  10. These look so yummy!
    xxx,
    Lilla
    http://lilycupcake.blogspot.com

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  11. Those muffins look so delicious...

    Love, When You Dream Big x

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  12. Oooh Mei these look delicious!
    I totally want to try some now :3

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  13. Mmmm, this sounds like a great autumn combination for muffins!

    Sincerely,
    Sabrina

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  14. Ziet er goed uit!
    Wat bedoel je precies met de gember? Speciale gember of gember in stukjes?

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  15. this sounds really yummy! thank you for the recipe!

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  16. You inspire me to bake more. Everything you make always looks so good!

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  17. I just made a batch of chai muffins and substituted ginger with powdered cardamom and cinnamon. Does yoghurt make them softer and moister, as compared to milk?

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    1. Hiya Snickers! The effect of the yogurt will turn the muffins fluffier so yes, softer and it holds the moist better c:

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