“When I first saw the recipe, I thought of your garden pizza cake because of the mozzarella.On closer inspection, it looks more like a salty muffin from Mr. Meng.I dug out Teacher Meng’s small cake, sure enough.The only difference is that Mr. Meng USES bacon, and this recipe USES red sausage. What’s more, Mr. Meng’s cake is flavored with sugar, while this recipe has no sugar, only salt.Mr. Meng’s muffin has a sweet and salty taste, while this one has a pure salty taste.I’ve never tried a pure salty muffin.It doesn’t matter if you don’t have sausage, you have bacon, and you don’t really like ham sausage anyway.
Replace the sausage with bacon and use the last two slices.Do not like oil, the amount of milk and oil swap.Do not care about the steps of this recipe, just follow the practice of Teacher Meng, the final effect is very good.Pure salty muffins, not a taste.”
How to make onion bacon salted muffin?
Ingredients: 100g onion, 40g bacon, 1 egg, 2g salt, 40g corn oil, 50g milk, 90g gluten flour, 3g baking powder, 1/8 TBSP baking soda.
Dice the onion and bacon separately. Set aside.
Heat the pan, add the bacon and stir-fry until fragrant.
Pour in the Onions.
Fry until soft. Let cool. Set aside.
Break the eggs into a bowl and add salt.
Add the oil and milk separately.
Combine baking powder, baking powder and baking soda and sift into the egg mixture.
Mix well with a rubber spatula.
Add the bacon and onion.
Put it in a paper cup to the full.
Bake in the oven for about 25 minutes, in the middle, over 180 degrees.
Golden on top, out of the oven.
The Fried onion bacon should be cooled before use, so as not to affect the finished product effect.
Bake time and firepower need according to oven actual circumstance adjust as appropriate