Banana and Red Currant Muffins / Mafini od banane i crvenog ribizla

I just realized that I haven’t baked any muffins in ages and naturally, this has to be immediately corrected. My sweet mother in law gave us a ton of frozen fruits from her own garden. Among those were also some red currants, so off I went to bake. You can totally use fresh red currants if you have them on hand as well.

I decided to bake small muffins in tiny molds, but this amount of batter would also yield 12 regular muffins, so you do you. For regular muffins, though, just increase baking time for about five minutes.

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INGREDIENTS:

(Yields about 20 mini muffins / 0.13 EUR per muffin / 2.67 EUR for all)

2 large spotty bananas (0.53 EUR)

1 egg (0.20 EUR)

1 tsp pure vanilla extract (0.03 EUR)

6 tbsp sugar (0.04 EUR)

Good pinch of salt (0.01 EUR)

1 cup yogurt (0.40 EUR)

2 tbsp butter, melted (0.27 EUR)

1 cup all-purpose flour (0.07 EUR)

1 cup whole wheat flour (0.10 EUR)

1 tsp baking powder (0.01 EUR)

½ tsp baking soda (0.01 EUR)

1 cup red currants (1.00 EUR)

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METHOD:

Preheat the oven to 200°C. Lightly grease your muffin tins with a bit of oil or butter, but skip this step if using silicone muffin molds. In a large bowl, mash the bananas into a pulp. Whisk in the egg, vanilla, sugar and salt. Stir in yogurt and finally whisk in melted butter. Dump in both flours, baking powder and baking soda, then stir until combined and no large clumps remain. Finally, fold in the red currants (either fresh or frozen).

Divide the batter between prepared muffin tins and bake for 20 minutes, until the tops are nice and golden brown. Leave the muffins to cool for about 10-15 minutes in their molds before serving.

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Shvatila sam kako već jako dugo nisam pekla mafine, pa je taj propust trebalo pod hitno ispraviti. Moja draga svekrva nam je dala tonu smrznutog voća iz svojeg vlastitog vrta, a među njima se našlo i nešto crvenog ribizla. I tako sam se bacila na pečenje. Naravno, slobodno ovdje možete upotrijebiti i svježi ribizl.

Ja sam se odlučila mafine ispeći u mini kalupima, no ova količina smjese će vam dati i 12 mafina normalne veličine, pa vi napravite kako vam bolje odgovara. Za normalne mafine jedino produžite vrijeme pečenja za kojih pet minuta.

SASTOJCI:

(Za oko 20 mini mafina / 1,04 kn po mafinu / 20,87 kn za sve)

2 velike pjegave banane (4,00 kn)

1 jaje (1,50 kn)

1 žličica ekstrakta od vanilije (0,20 kn)

6 žlica šećera (0,30 kn)

Dobar prstohvat soli (0,01 kn)

1 šalica jogurta (3,00 kn)

2 žlice maslaca, rastopljene (2,00 kn)

1 šalica glatkog brašna (0,50 kn)

1 šalica integralnog brašna (0,75 kn)

1 žličica praška za pecivo (0,10 kn)

½ žličice sode bikarbone (0,01 kn)

1 šalica crvenog ribizla (7,50 kn)

PRIPREMA:

Zagrijte pećnicu na 200°C. Ako koristite plehnati kalup za mafine, lagano ga namastite sa malo ulja ili maslaca. Za silikonske kalupe ovaj korak preskočite. U velikoj zdjeli zgnječite banane u kašu. Umiješajte jaja, vaniliju, šećer i sol. Dodajte jogurt, pa na kraju umiješajte i rastopljeni maslac. Ubacite u smjesu oba brašna, prašak za pecivo i sodu bikarbonu. Miješajte dok se sve ne sjedini i ne bude više velikih grudica. Za kraj, nježno u smjesu umiješajte i ribizle (svježe ili smrznute).

Smjesu raspodjelite po pripremljenim kalupima i pecite 20 minuta, dok mafini ne dobiju lijepu zlatno-smeđu boju. Ostavite mafine da se jedno 10-15 minuta hlade u kalupu prije nego ih izvadite iz kalupa i poslužite.

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Banana and Red Currant Muffins / Mafini od banane i crvenog ribizla

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