[CnD] preparing corn muffins.
zarf2001 at verizon.net
Sun Oct 15 18:13:54 EDT 2017
I like the canning funnel idea. I have one now, from the way you described
them. But I didn't when I made muffins. I use mine for lots of things.
From: Penny Reeder via Cookinginthedark
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Sent: Sunday, October 15, 2017 11:04 AM
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Cc: Penny Reeder
Subject: Re: [CnD] preparing corn muffins.
Hi Jeffrey, I use an ice cream scoop, or a 1/3-cup measure to put the batter
into the wells of the muffin pan. I also use a canning funnel.
A canning funnel is a kind of funnel with a huge opening at the bottom.
Surrounding that opening (which is the size of the top of the typical mason
jar, is a kind of shield (the top of the funnel) and that prevents you from
spilling the contents you are pouring or ladeling inside the jar on the
outside of the jar. A canning funnel is particularly useful for filling
muffin tins with muffin or cupcake batter because it prevents you from
spilling batter on the outside of the well. Just move it from well to well
as you fill each one.
Hope this makes sense, and hope it helps.
You can buy a canning funnel at a hardware store or a grocery store which
sells canning supplies.
Here's a link to a canning funnel at Amazon.com:
On 10/15/17, Jeffry Miller via Cookinginthedark
<cookinginthedark at acbradio.org> wrote:
> oh ok don't have an icecream scoop, but i use aunt jemima self rising
> corn meal that has everything in it so i add the meal butter milk and
> the egg. and go by the directions on the bag.
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