Recipe: Cherry and Hazelnut Muffins
Cherry and hazelnut muffins recipe, this year they are plentiful and very juicy. With this recipe, the cherries will release their juice and divinely flavor these muffins. I like, after a good meal, to present muffins with the coffee, we dip we do not soak everyone will devour them as they please. Cherry and hazelnut muffins, once you’ve tested, the reserve just melts.
- Cherry and hazelnut muffins recipe for 4 people:
- 100 g cherries
- 60 g of caster sugar for the ball sugar
- 30 g of sugar
- 10 cl of sour cream
- 1.5 Egg (80 g)
- 55 g peanut oil
- 6 g of baking powder
- 1 g of salt
- 130 g of type 45 flour
- 10 g butter for the mussels
- 30 g caster sugar (vanilla)
- 1 vanilla pod
- 125 g of hazelnuts
- 60g sugar
- Roast the hazelnuts for 5 minutes in the hot oven.
- Core the cherries, then cut into quarters.
- Heat 40 g of water with the 60 g of sugar, in order to reach a temperature of 120 °.
- Out of the heat add the hazelnuts and stir, the sugar will crystallize.
- Return to temperature, the white sugar will caramelize, let it brown.
- Pour the caramelized hazelnuts on a sheet of food paper.
- Crush the hazelnut caramel as soon as it has cooled.
- Mix the vanilla pod and the caster sugar to make your vanilla caster sugar.
- Pour the cream into the robot’s bowl and the oil.
- Add the egg, 30g of sugar, salt and yeast.
- Add the flour.
- Mix gently, until you obtain a homogeneous paste.
- Reserve an hour in the refrigerator.
- Butter the mussels.
- Garnish half of the mussels using a pocket.
- Add the chopped cherries.
- Cover with dough.
- Sow the vanilla caster sugar.
- Lower the temperature to 170 ° and cook for 23 minutes.
- Let the muffins cool before unmolding them
Preparation time: 20 minutes
Cooking time: 23 minutes
Number of rooms: 4
4 star rating: 1 review
What wine to drink with: Cherry and hazelnut muffins
My favorite wine for this recipe: Vouvray Sparkling Grapes Chenin blanc
Temperature between 08 ° and 10 °
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