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Guest Post by Princy- Pasta Muffin/ Savory Muffin

Guest Post Series.. Here i started this guest post series, before two years I’m in zero knowledge about blogging.. with in a short period i got more number of friends, who are traveling in the same line.. without knowing anything i was here, i don’t know in what guts i started this page.. day by day I’m getting more confidence and strength to continue the writing.. This guest post series shows the bond between bloggers, this is a kind of virtual meet.. when i was in a plan to conduct this series, much much worried and feared about it..how i can i do this series, though with a blind confident here I’m,  i have few sincere blogger friends.. enclosing my friends kitchen here..

Lourdes princy is one of the wonderful person i met in the blogging community.. Writer and Editor of Spicy Food.. she had lot of recipes with good instruction.. i found lot of snack recipes from here page.. and I’m a silent reader of Spicy food..more over we both are from the same place.. when i asked her for the guest post, without the second thought happily she agreed and she crushed her heart and brain to give a good post.. This yummy muffin is a best start for breakfast.. i always heard about sweet muffins, this is a kind of new savory muffin.. if there is a healthy start then why should we delay to start the good thing..  Here You guys go with Princy’s Guest post- Pasta muffin…

Happy New Year  to  you all. Sujitha from SujithaEasyCooking asked me to do a guest post and I took the opportunity to try something new so i can give her a good post hope I’ve done justice!
Sujitha is a very versatile Homemaker, software professional and a blogger all in one.Her page is loaded with many easy to cook and enticing indian recipes and other cuisines especially from the South.I loved her fish biryani and chicken tikka recipes recently. I loved her holiday season bakes like yule log and plum cakes .I love to see her colorful food pictures too. Hop along and go take a look at her blog.
We bloggers meet and make new friends almost daily thanks to blogging and I’m thankful to have a virtual family always there at the click of a button.Sujitha is one such friend/food blogger who is always around i see her posting simple easy indian meals and dishes.Thanks for the lovely opportunity dear.
A short something about me – My name is Lourdes Princy, i blog at Spicy Foood (with an extra O) 🙂 .This blog was started way back in 2006 when I didn’t have the patience to ponder on a good name for th url, but I actively started blogging only in 2011 when my daughter started schooling and I had tons of time in hand.I’m a housewife/blogger/wannabe baker – attending to my two angels full time.I love to cook and serve my dear ones and love to hear their comments. Since food photography is a major part of food blogging now venturing into food photography is my all time favorite passtime. 

Hoping  everyone enjoyed your holiday season and indulged in lots  of goodies like Me.Try something not sweet.Muffins are always sweet ?Really – no try these for a change.I’ve always wanted to try savoury ones i did try once before and liked it too.These muffins are good to go for breakfast quick and easy especially if you have leftover pasta this has to be the thing.
 You need
Pasta uncooked 1 and half cup
Egg 1
Coriander leaves 2- 3 tablespoons chopped
Garlic pods 3 grated
Cheddar cheese slices 2
Bread crumbs half cup
Sausages 1 fried
Salt to taste
Chilli powder 1/2 tsp
Pepper powder a pinch
Milk half cup
Butter 1 tablespoon melted
Seasoning any of your choice(optional)
  • Cook the pasta until soft in any way you prefer i usually cook it with lots of water,salt and some oil in a pressure cooker because my kids love it and i want it to be soft for them.
  • In a mixing bowl, beat egg with salt and pepper.Add the melted butter and milk to this.
  • Tear the cheese slices and add to this and mix well with a whisk.
  • In another bowl toss breadcrumbs with any seasoning if you want or i just added the grated garlic, coriander leaves and salt.
  • Now add the drained cooked pasta to the egg milk mix, add the seasoned breadcrumbs and mix well.If you find the mix is too dry add some more milk or the water you cooked the pasta.
  • Toss in the sausages and fill muffin moulds.
  • Preheat oven to 220C and pop in the filled moulds and bake for 8-9 minutes on 170C.
  • Serve hot with tomato sauce.
Tips : 
– the mix maybe dry so add more milk or feel free to add an extra egg.
– i added cheddar cheese slices you can add any cheese slice or grated pizza cheese whichever you please.
– These stay good in the refrigerator for a few days but do reheat it as it tastes really chewy once cool.
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