Cranberry Pandan French Muffins

Just bought a new toy the other day at Giant Hypermarket with reasonable price. I simply can't resist not bringing it home with me. haha..... And French muffins would be my first recipe on this tray. By the way, what is the actual definition for French muffins and what's the difference between the French & American muffins ? Can anyone tells me more about it? As we know they both look so much alike. French moufflet is the only name I could find which meaning small cake that is soft as bread. From my personal opinion, American muffin is dense & less moisture compare to the French muffins which is more cake like texture and is soft as a gateau (as it said so).

And here's what I did.
Ingredients :
(A)
300gm  all purpose flour
1 TB  baking powder
180gm  sugar

(B)
3 eggs, do not beat
120ml  milk
200gm  butter, melted
1 tspn  pandan extract
2 drops of green food colouring

Method :
(1) combine ingredients (B) into a big bowl and stir to mix well, without whisking them.
(2) now, stir ingredients (A) into (B) till everything well coorperated, do not beat as well.
(3) when done, place batter into 12 cupcake pans lined with papers and bake at preheated oven 190'C for about 25 minutes or till brown.

Yes, these muffins are absolutely soft as a gateau and really yummy.  Glad I made these in pandan flavour.... I think chocolate should be as tempting ! I have to give it an A+...... >o< Will go for another batch soon. Slurpppp.....

Comments

  1. They look so fluffy and delicious!

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  2. Love your new toy :-)) These muffins look really soft and beautiful.

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  3. Love your new toy :-)) These muffins look really soft and beautiful.

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  5. Looks delish ! May I know where did you buy the square paper linings for your tray ? Only see round ones in white but not the square ones. Thanks!

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  6. Hi Anna,
    First of all, thanks so much for stopping by my humble little space. Those are actually round paper linings that I'm using. The square shape will turned out soon after you scope in the batter. Simply hassle free. Hope you'll have fun.
    Blessings, Kristy

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  7. Omg, why didn't I think of that!?? Silly me was searching high and low for the square cup linings because I too have a 12 mini square holes tray .. thanks for the 'enlightenment' :) I love your blog .. will continue to pop by often. Best, Anna

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