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Old 09-26-2012, 11:21 AM   #15
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Would these work with silicone muffin cups or is the metal necessary?
web, good question. I honestly don't know. I have never baked with silicone muffin cups.
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Old 09-26-2012, 11:32 AM   #16
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web, good question. I honestly don't know. I have never baked with silicone muffin cups.
I have never baked with these, either, but don't know why there would be a difference.


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Old 09-26-2012, 11:36 AM   #17
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Another idea - salad in a crouton cup.

Use a cookie cutter (or tin can/drinking glass rim) to cut a circle out of a slice of bread. Butter both sides. Press circles into small-medium sized muffin cups. Toast in oven until crisp. Use as a mini salad bowl. In this photo I filled my cups with my favourite salad - greens with feta, red onion, walnuts, and a raspberry/balsamic vinaigrette.

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Old 09-26-2012, 12:00 PM   #18
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Chief, dried savory would be with the spice-bottle section.
Thanks, I am going stop by and pick some up. I am going camping this weekend and am going to try making a pan of Toad'n the Hole.
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Old 09-26-2012, 01:16 PM   #19
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Howdy from TEXAS!! PLEASE pray for rain for the TEXAS PANHANDLE....we are beginning to look like the 1950's here!

Rachael Ray is doing a week of cooking in mini muffin tins right now....food for thought!

See ya'll in NEW MEXICO.....blessings...Callie
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web, good question. I honestly don't know. I have never baked with silicone muffin cups.
I have a silicone muffin tin, has 12 cups, and it works great for cornbread. I can't see any reason it wouldn't work here. I'm going to find out.
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Old 10-15-2012, 11:54 PM   #21
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I have discovered muffin-tin cooking is a great way to use up vegetable leftovers.

I don't have a photo - they were gobbled up quickly (photo below is from the net) and I didn't follow any recipe either, but this is what I did with a bit of leftover cauliflower, mashed potatoes, carrots and spinach.

- pureed the cauliflower and mashed potatoes together, then added one beaten egg and breadcrumbs to hold it all together and a bit of curry and squashed into bottom of muffin tin (filling bottom third)

-pureed some spinach and added beaten egg and breadcrumbs then pressed on top of potato/cauliflower for middle section

-pureed some leftover carrot and again added beaten egg and breadcrumbs

Baked at 340 until layers were set, removed them from oven cooled them a bit, then inverted onto serving platter. (Be sure to spray muffin tins with Pam first).

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Old 10-16-2012, 02:02 AM   #22
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Yorshire pudding with sausage recipe works like a charm in silicone muffin cups. I found some at a clearance store and bought them for the airstream. Now I'm going to see if they have more so I can keep a set in the house. It's such a hit, we don't just eat it on the road, and the silicone cups let us get by with just the oil from the sausage.
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FAN, you need to write a little paperback cookbook.

You just have more creativity than most of us.


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Love the ideas in this thread. We like to eat poached eggs, and came across a recipe in a muffin tin. Spray with cooking oil, add 4 TBL spoons of boiling water to each, crack an egg inside and then bake for 7-9 minutes at 400.

The eggs come out PERFECT!
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FAN, you need to write a little paperback cookbook.

You just have more creativity than most of us.

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Maggie,

Thanks. I am slowly putting together a book about doing special events on the cheap; catering will be part of it.

webspinner, glad to hear the Toad 'n the hole worked so well for you. They are addictive!

Two Chicks, well, we would expect nothing less than perfection - with a moniker like that!
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Love the recipes for Muffin Tins! keep em coming!

We tried this one this AM and it was awesome!

Food / Eggs for breakfast sandwiches! Bake at 350 for 15 mins and they keep in the fridge for a week. Serve with English muffin and cheese
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"The Chew" on TV featured a whole week of cooking in muffin tins, I believe. But I can't tell you what month. Maybe you can check it out on their website.
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Old 02-17-2013, 01:05 PM   #28
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"The McMuffintin!"

Here's something you can do with those leftover slices of bread and cooked meatloaf - turn them into sliders or the McMuffintin!

Cut out the buns with a glass or cookie cutter......



Now do the same with the meatloaf. The dog gets the left-over corners, of course......



Assemble, add cheese if you'd like, place into those 'tin holes, and into the oven they go until the cheese melts and the bun is nice 'n golden.....



Spear 'em with a toothpick and dill chip and there you are. I like mine oozing with ketchup.......



Or do the White Castle thing - put them into a paper sack and pass them around the campfire. You're a genius - fast food in the middle of nowhere.

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