Do You Know the Muffin Pan?: 100 Fun, Easy-to-Make Muffin Pan Meals Read Online Free - Amy Fazio’s debut book, Do You Know the Muffin Pan, is a collection of creative, easy-to-make recipes using that tried-and-true kitchen staple: the muffin pan. No longer just for muffins and cupcakes, the muffin pan is great for creating crowd-pleasing appetizers, delicious side dishes, and even perfectly portion-controlled dinners.
Some fan favorite recipes include:
• Eggs Benedict casserole cups
• Salami boats with antipasto salad
• Mini fish tacos with creamy jalapeño sauce
• Chicken enchilada stacks
• Strawberry pretzel cheesecake bites
This cookbook will showcase over one hundred ways to cook and create in the muffin pan. Many of the recipes include notes on cooking in different-size pans, tips for freezing, and instructions on substituting a variety of ingredients to satisfy even the pickiest eaters.
Whether you already love your muffin pan or plan on dusting off an old one, Do You Know the Muffin Pan is sure to become a family favorite.
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February 03, 2018
We enjoyed an appetizer of sweet-chili shrimp in tiny pastry cups at a local Thai restaurant. I came home and reproduced the dish by lining mini muffin tins with wonton wrappers painted with peanut oil and a filling of shrimp, minced green onion tops and Mae Ploy sauce. I am in favour of any tech...
December 29, 2017
And I didn't even read all of the recipes! Just reading the ones that got me super interested, I started getting the eye twitch.
All that aside, this cookbook really is super cool. It was on a display at my local library, I grabbed it right before Thanksgiving and let it sit f...
January 30, 2018
Not a book for vegans or people who are lactose intolerant. Almost every recipe uses some form of eggs, sausage, or dairy. But it's a cute and short read with happy tributes to her family. Nice addition for tiny freezable treats.
March 08, 2017
I read this cover to cover and really enjoyed it. Everything is made in a muffin pan: mini, regular or jumbo. There are appetizers, deserts, sides, and entrees. Some are done easily and some require you to make your own tortillas or mini pretzel buns. Random recipes are Apple Pie Roses with a Che...
January 28, 2016
I like the idea of being able to make these dishes in the small size and freeze them. This is great for cooking for two
January 21, 2016
did I read every recipe word for word? No, but what I did read & bookmark sounds delicious. I can't wait to try some recipes!
February 19, 2016
Full of wonderful ideas. I look forward to making many of them in the future for parties and just to have with dinner.