Semolina Guava Muffin

Semolina flour is an interesting ingredient. It looks quite similar to cornmeal or maize flour. But semolina is actually came from durum wheat. According to information I have, semolina flour is perfect to use in making pasta and bread. Well, I think I'm going to find out myself soon. However, this semolina muffin is just an easy whipped. I'm sure you can do this too. And here's what I did.

Ingredients :
1 cup semolina flour
1 cup all purpose flour
60gm sugar
2 tspn baking powder
1/2 tspn salt
2 eggs, beaten
1 cup milk
1/4 cup corn oil
1/3 guava paste, diced


Method :
(1) combine both flour, guava paste, sugar, salt and baking powder in a big bowl, mix well.
(2) mix together milk, egg and oil and pour into the dry ingredients.
(3) mix to combine , then place batter to well coated muffin cups.
(4) sprinkle some semolina flour on top of each muffins.
(5)bake at preheated oven 185'C-190'C for about 20 mins.

You know, you really don't need extra sugar in these muffins. The guava paste working great in it. Just perfect touch of sweetness. Simply tasty good! Those guava paste was sent to me from Lyndsey, my dearest blogging buddy all the way from Sarasota, Florida. I still have a quarter packet of it. Guess, it's just enough for one more recipe. Ha... So, stay tune!

Comments

  1. Unique muffins! This is my 1st time hearing about guava paste :)

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  2. I love guava! What a moist and flavorful breakfast!

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  3. I had guava in Hawaii and loved it cant wait to try these~ I have everything to make these with bookmarking~

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  4. I use semolina quite often in my cooking and baking. I think it gives a beautiful texture. I am sure these muffins had this texture too!

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  5. I have never heard of guava. Muffins sound good.

    Christine

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  6. Lovelly muffins!!!!They look so good...

    Kisses,
    Rita

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  7. I will like to get hold of some guava paste myself!

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  8. 很特别咧,不过我这里没有GUAVA PASTE:$

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  9. I like using semolina in my bakes...it's also good for lining the bottom of a cooking sheet before you put your bread in to bake, gives a gritty bottom to your baked bread..must try this wonderful look muffins of yours, minus the guava paste of course, since I have none.

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  10. First time I heard about guava paste.. Anyway, the muffins look yummy!

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  11. gauva and semolina? in a muffin? very unusual combination, looks nice and fluffy very curious about the taste

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  12. Very creative! Never tried baking with guava or guava paste before but sounds like a great idea..looks good too!

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  13. interesting..does the semolina gives a coarser texture? you still have some guava paste left! cant wait to see your next creation, dear!

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  14. Yum! Sure wish I had a batch of these for breakfast!

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  15. That's sweet of Lyndsey to send you the guava paste. Your guava muffin looks very delicious and healthy too!

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  16. Yum! Those look delicious. Semolina is a very interesting flour...it is used in many Indian desserts as well :)

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  17. Kristy, the word semolina is alien to me. Guess that's because I'm not into baking. Hahaha! The Guava muffins sure look good. Hey, I haven't seen your comments at my blog recently. Just to check, are you having problems posting again, or have I lost you completely? I do hope it's the 1st reason. Hahaha!

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  18. I just love guava paste. Great idea to put it in a muffin for little bites of yumminess. I have a sweet treat linky party going on at my blog and I'd like to invite you to stop by and link your muffins up. http://sweet-as-sugar-cookies.blogspot.com/2011/04/sweets-for-saturday-11.html

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  19. oh how cute those muffins look! And guava paste sounds great too.

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  20. The guava paste bits look so pretty and jewel-like. My friend from Brazil keeps telling me about guava paste, I must go look for some, it sounds very tasty, and lots of fun to experiment with in the kitchen eh?

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  21. Hi, Kristy,

    I have an award for you, please collect from my blog : http://cherry-potato.blogspot.com/2011/04/one-lovely-blog-award.html

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  22. Oh another yummy and healthy desert served up by you Kristy! Oh wow, guava paste, where did you get it? I wonder if I can get it here in Sg. Love the speckled pasted in the muffin, makes it very tempting! ;)

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  23. Those muffins look SO perfect right now for breakfast!! What a perfect recipe! Miriam@Meatless Meals For Meat Eaters

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  24. I've never had guava paste. It looks like a muffin I would love.

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  25. CaThy : Thanks. Isn't it great there's always something we can learn about!

    Belinda : You bet!

    Claudia : Hope you will like it, dear.

    Ren : Yeah, we don't have it here. And I'm lucky to have them.

    Alison : Thank you. Hope you'll have a safe trip.

    Katerina : They are! But it's best to add in an extra touch of syrup over the muffins on the 3rd day, to keep them moist after preheated.

    Christine : Hi there, welcome on board. Hope to hear from you more often. Guava paste is very popular over the south America & also US.

    Ana : Thanks !

    Penny : All the best, dear.

    Blue Wale : So sorry cause guava paste is not available here in Asia.

    Jeannie : Yes, I remember you've once made semolina cake. Very beautiful and tasty too.

    Hayley : Glad that you like it too!

    Nammi : Very tropica feel and guava taste!

    Jen : Thank you so much for your lovely comment.

    Lena : No, not at all! It is as soft as any other cakes.

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  26. Martha : Arrr... you want to wait me at the other side of the printer! ha...

    Ann : Yes, thanks to her lovely gift.

    Indie : Yeah, it is normally used in making sugi dessert.

    tigerfish : Thank you!

    Shirley : I have my comment posted successfully yesterday! ha. No, you still have me. Don't worried! ((hugs))

    iisa : Thank you again for your kind invitation. I'm glad to join in.

    Angie : Ya, have you tried it before?

    Shaz : Yeah, guava paste is pretty popular over in South America. They used it to make guava cornmeal cake. One of their famous desserts.

    Chin : Thank you so much for your kind thought. I am truly honoured. Thanks again.

    Bee : I'm not sure if you can get those guava paste in Sg but you can search at the Paragon market. I found my butterscotch chips & spelt flour there too.

    Miriam : Thank you very much. I'm glad you love them too!

    Barbara : You wil definitely love them for sure.

    Thank you everyone for spending your time here with me. I am truly appreciate it. Hope you are all having a fabulous day too. Enjoy & happy baking!

    Blessings, Kristy

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  27. Kristy, I have been trying to comment for a day or so now. My computer is working against me...ahhh! Why am I always so late to the party when you mention me? These look amazing! I have to make them! I love all the new things you come up with for the guava paste....hmmm..what else should I send you so I can get more ideas?? hehehe!!!

    Thanks for the mention! XOXO!
    Lyndsey

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